Richard Harris-Williams is a 6-foot-3, 175-pound wide receiver and safety for Lincoln High School, where he played for head coach David Dunn. Williams earned two varsity letters playing football and one playing volleyball.
He helped the Hornets go 9-3 overall and 4-0 en route to an Eastern League championship. Williams, who hauled in four touchdown passes, was named to the All-Eastern League Second-Team Offense. His accomplishments on and off the field led to him receiving the Lincoln High football Outstanding Student Athlete Award in 2018.
Williams carried a 4.17 GPA and was named to the San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team for football and volleyball. The ASB Vice President at Lincoln has been on the Honor Roll all four years and is an Aaron Price Fellow for the Price Foundation. He spends time volunteering to help the homeless and is involved with several clubs such as the Young Life Club and the Bible Club.
Williams plans to attend UCLA, where he aspires to major in Computer Science. In his free time, he enjoys playing basketball with friends. Richard is the son of Richard Harris-Williams Sr. and Princess Winfrey.