Nobody had a season like quarterback Quentin Williams did in 2010.
Nobody broke records like Williams did when he helped lead the Jefferson Dragons to the school’s first state championship.
And now nobody will wear Williams number again.
The team retired Williams’ No. 3 jersey during a ceremony at the Dragons end of the season banquet this past Saturday.
During his senior season, Williams set new state records for season passing touchdowns (56), passing yardage (4,451), as well as career touchdown passes (109). He also broke Tim Tebow’s career passing yardage record. Williams ended up with 10,384.
The Dragons defeated Miami Norland 44-34 for the Class 3A title. The victory capped off a spectacular season for Williams, who went onto Bethune Cookman.
Last season for the Wildcats, Williams played in 10 games and threw for 1,173 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also rushed for 635 yards and three touchdowns.
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