Javonte Williams

  • Height
    5' 10"
  • Weight
    212 lbs
  • BMI
    30.4 (59th)
Javonte Williams headshot
  • Draft Pick
    2.03 2021
  • College
    North Carolina
  • Age
Overall rank

Javonte Williams Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Atts Rush Yds YPC Rec Rec Yds TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2022 4 47 204 4.3 16 76 0 10.5
2021 17 203 903 4.4 43 316 7 12.1 (#22)
  • College Dominator
    30.4% (70th)
  • College YPC
    7.3 (94th)
  • College Target Share
    9.2% (73rd)
  • SPARQ-x

Javonte Williams Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream


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Total Touches


Opportunity Share


Fantasy Points

Javonte Williams ADP

Average Draft Position (2022)
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Javonte Williams Injury History

Games Missed
Injury Reports
ACL, LCL, and PLC ligament tears
Week 4 (2022)
Knee injury
Week 14 (2021)

Javonte Williams College Stats

Year Games Rush Atts Rush Yrds TDs Rec Rec Yrds Tgt Share Age School
2018 10 (RB) 43 224 (5 tds) 5 8 (11 tgts) 58 2.7% 18 North Carolina
2019 13 (RB) 166 933 (5 tds) 6 17 (17 tgts) 176 3.9% 19 North Carolina
2020 11 (RB) 157 1,140 (19 tds) 22 25 (30 tgts) 305 8.4% 20 North Carolina

Who is Javonte Williams

Javonte Williams did not attend the 2020 combine, opting to stick with his pro day with covid-19 looming. Though he displayed impressive agility with an 11.02 burst score, his workout metrics were lackluster. He ran a sluggish 4.62 second 40 time, boarding on Pierre Thomas level size adjusted-slowness. Thankfully for him, straight-line speed isn’t a necessity. His college stats and his shiftiness made the Broncos front office fall in love, taking him with the third pick of the second round. Here, he was launched into another backfield split, this time with veteran Melvin Gordon.

In tandem, the pair were utilized heavily, with both of them finishing in the top 20 in weighted opportunities. They even had nearly identical opportunity shares, routes run, and fantasy points per game. Both backs impressed behind the Broncos stout run blocking, but it was William’s flashes of dominance that overshadowed Gordon’s late career resurgence. Williams produced above-average next gen stats on 50-percent of snaps, closing his rookie campaign with 903 rushing yards, 81 broken tackles, and 3.42 yards created per touch. He broke out in explosive fashion, producing 178 total yards while earning a 10.2-percent target share with three drops. With Melvin Gordon’s contract expired, Williams currently stands as the lead back. If no moves are made by Denver, expect his fantasy ranking and ADP to reside in the top 36 players.