Caleb Williams, a promising prospect and the number-one choice in the 2024 NFL Draft, showed off his love for the game on Instagram. After his own game, he took a nap and expressed his appreciation for Jalen Ramsey’s spectacular pick-six against the Patriots.

Williams’s intense dedication to the game at its greatest level was cemented when Ramsey, who is currently with the Miami Dolphins, attracted the interest and admiration of the up-and-coming young prospect. In addition to expressing his love for the game, the post made reference to a possible professional matchup between these up-and-coming players in the future.

The 2023 campaign for Caleb Williams

Only a few weeks ago, Williams—a strong candidate for the Heisman Trophy—saw a change in his trajectory. After suffering a severe loss to Utah in Week 10 and Notre Dame in Week 9, the USC Trojans were dealt a string of blows starting in Week 8. In the game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, he had one of the worst performances of his college career, throwing for only 199 yards, one touchdown pass, and an unusual three interceptions.

  • Caleb Williams had a difficult game against Utah, scoring just 256 yards and no touchdowns while being outscored by backup quarterback Barnes.
  • His stats for the current campaign are as follows: 2,646 throwing yards, 25 touchdowns, and just 4 interceptions. Interestingly, he ranks sixth among national quarterbacks with an 82.0 QBR.
  • Williams maintains his status as the top prospect for the 2019 NFL Draft despite the setback in Utah. He continues to show promise and resiliency.
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His current stats pale in comparison to the Heisman Trophy-winning season he had that year, when he amassed 4,537 yards, 42 passing touchdowns, and just five interceptions. In a thrilling 50-49 victory over California last week, USC just about prevailed, which allowed them to maintain their No. 24 ranking heading into Week 10.

What remains in the season’s penultimate leg for Caleb Williams and the USC Trojans?

The Trojans’ toughest games of the year are about to begin as they play the powerful No. 5 Washington, No. 6 Oregon, and No. 23 UCLA in the last stretch of the schedule. It’s not unreasonable to expect them to experience a dip, which may result in a 7-5 regular-season record. With Caleb Williams leading the way, this is not the ideal result for a club that had high hopes of making the national playoffs.

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