Chantz
Williams
Football
Defensive End
 
Sport Resume:
Football
 
Position:
Defensive End
 
School:
Oakleaf High
 
Location:
Orange Park, FL
 
Gender:
Male
 
Grad Year:
2020
 
Height:
6' 3"
 
Weight:
220 lbs.
 
 
+Bio

Biography

Chantz Makai Williams was born in Jacksonville, Florida at St. Vincent’s Hospital. Chantz started playing basketball at the age of four years old. At five, he began playing T-ball. During his time playing baseball, there was an indicator he was not a normal child. It was decided he was too tall to hit the ball off the tee, so the coach had to pitch the ball to him, which he loved. Chantz entered public school at Mandarin Oaks Elementary at the age of six. While at Mandarin Oaks Chantz participated in various community education programs such as karate and Chinese. Chantz first introduction to football was flag football for I-9 sports, where he was the youngest and tallest kid on the team, he started basketball the same year at the YMCA. At eight years old Chantz begins playing tackle football for the Mandarin Football League (MFL) – an unlimited weight team because he was too big to play pop-warner. Because of his height, Chantz’ mother began to ask around about AAU basketball. She talked to a coach who had started an AAU organization and they accepted him into the Jacksonville Nets organization where he would play for three years (4th, 5th, and 6th grade). Chantz began to love the game during this time. While playing with the Jacksonville Nets during 4th grade, he and his team finished with an exciting year. They placed 7th in the DIV II Nationals in Charlotte, NC. During his 6th grade year playing with the Nets, Chantz was selected to the USSSA 6th Grade Division 1 All-American Team. He was also invited to take part in the Under Armor "Best of the Best" Middle School Grind Session. Chantz has since switched to the Heart and Hustle (HAH) AAU basketball organization. In 2015 HAH qualified to attend DIV I nationals and placed 11th out of 65 teams. As a result of his outstanding year, he was chosen to take part in the 2015 CP3 National Middle School Combine. While playing AAU basketball, Chantz continued to play football, this time for another unlimited team introduced to him by his godfather. This team, the Oakleaf Black Knights or “HITSQUAD” as they were known would go on to produce three city championships and two national championships (NYFC and UYFL). Chantz started at Defensive End every game of those three years and spent time sparingly at tight end. During the UYFL national championship game, Chantz was named the defensive MVP. Chantz was invited to and played in the hotbed All-American youth football game. In 2014/2015 school year, Chantz played basketball for a school for the first time at Oakleaf Junior High starting at power forward/center. He was recognized as All-Conference for Middle School Boys Basketball. After the basketball season was over Chantz then he tried out for the track and field team and competed in the high jump, 100M, and 200M. Chantz at Oakleaf Junior High where he started as defensive end In the 2015/2016 school year, the team would finish with an undefeated season (8-0) and win the NEFAC Championship. Chantz was named defensive player of the year. In basketball the same year Chantz and his school's team at Oakleaf Junior went on to win the NEFAC championship and finished with an undefeated season (14-0). Chantz is then participated in track and field team in the 100m, 200m, and High jump and shot put coming in second behind a teammate in the Florida state championship for the shot put. In the classroom, Chantz has maintained a 3.5 GPA in his honors classes. in 2016 as a freshman at Oakleaf high School, Chantz made varsity basketball as a starter and has broken the school's record for rebounds and blocked shots in a game. In football as a key backup at defensive end, he broke the school record for a freshman in sacks in a game and year. He plans to continue to play all three sports for as long as possible.


Extracurricular Activities

Volunteers as a camp counselor at oakleaf high Schools Summer basketball camp for community kids.
Volunteers as a camp counselor and coach at City Streets to Student athletes CS2SA (a drug-free organization) camps for
+Stats

Stats

2016
Oakleaf High School
FALL 2016
Varsity | 10 Games Played
Position: Defensive End
Season Stats
40 Yd Time
4.61
 
Vertical Jump
 
Bench Press
205
 
Squat
370
 
3-Cone Drill
 
20 Yd Shuttle (5-10-5)
 
60 Yd Shuttle (Ladder)
 
Standing Broad Jump
 
Defensive End
Solo Tackles
30
 
Sacks
4
 
Assists
 
Interceptions
 
Yards After Interception
 
Longest Interception Return
 
Interceptions Returned For Touchdowns
 
Passes Batted Down
1
 
Forced Fumbles
1
 
Fumbles Recovered
1
 
Blocked Punts
 
Blocked Field Goals
1
 
Blocked Extra Points
 
 
2015
Oakleaf Junior High School
FALL 2015
Varsity | 8 Games Played
Position: Defensive End
Season Stats
40 Yd Time
4.51
 
Vertical Jump
 
Bench Press
 
Squat
 
3-Cone Drill
 
20 Yd Shuttle (5-10-5)
 
60 Yd Shuttle (Ladder)
 
Standing Broad Jump
 
Defensive End
Solo Tackles
28
 
Sacks
12.5
 
Assists
 
Interceptions
 
Yards After Interception
 
Longest Interception Return
 
Interceptions Returned For Touchdowns
 
Passes Batted Down
8
 
Forced Fumbles
6
 
Fumbles Recovered
3
 
Blocked Punts
2
 
Blocked Field Goals
3
 
Blocked Extra Points
1
 
 
+Academics

School

Oakleaf High
4035 Plantation Oaks Blvd
Orange Park, FL 32068
(904) 213-1900
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Teams And Organizations

Oakleaf High School
4035 Plantation Oaks Blvd
Orange Park, FL 32065
(904) 213-1900
Coach Info
Steve Reynolds
smreynolds@oneclay.net
(904) 213-1900
Cell: (904) 796-7159
Coach Info
James Daniels
James.b.daniels@outlook.com
(757) 287-3117
Cell: (757) 287-3117
Coach Info
Dana Arthur
dana.arthur@myoneclay.net
(904) 213-1900
Cell: (904) 505-4710
 

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Newsfeed

First Football Offer FSU!!!
February 15, 2017
Received first offer to play football for Florida State University (FSU) 2/10/2017
2016 1st half of season Highlights
October 5, 2016
http://www.hudl.com/v/nW174
Camp Write up
February 16, 2016
https://twitter.com/spencerpulliam/status/670421522222157825
2014 Highlights
February 15, 2016
http://www.hudl.com/athlete/2788980/highlights/220556376/v2
 
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