"Tyrone had a real good year for us," said King. "He runs really well. He's a low 4.5s, 4.4 kid. He's got great speed. He returned some kicks for us last year too because he can out run everybody."
Williams turned in a superb junior season totaling 1,027 receiving yards and ten touchdown catches. The 6-1, 180 pounder returned a pair of kicks for scores and threw a touchdown pass.
With the stat line full as a junior, Tyrone's rise as a college prospect is rather remarkable considering his years as an underclassman.
"He transferred over here from Harrison Central as a freshman," said Coach King. "His sophomore year we had a lot of seniors and we were more of a running team.
"He caught one pass that year for a touchdown against Pascagoula and that might have been the only pass we threw him all year.
"Now he's pretty much become our go to guy."
Despite a robust junior campaign, Tyrone has not received the notoriety he deserves.
"He hasn't really done anything," said King. "He hasn't been to any combines and he didn't go to any camps last year.
"We started sending out some highlight films of him because nobody knows about him. He's a college prospect for sure."
Coach King knows a thing or two about coaching college wide receiver prospects.
"Carr's one in a million. He's a Sunday talent. You don't get them like him very often.
"I put Tyrone right behind those guys. He has to work a lot harder at it, but he has the chance to be very, very good."