HOW ACQUIRED: Traded from Montreal on December 11, 2016.
A speedy, physical Jamaican forward, Williams broke through in 2018, making a career-high 17 appearances, while scoring his first career MLS goal on April 7 against LAFC.
OUTSIDE MLS: Williams earned USL Second Team honors and finished tied for fourth in USL in goals in his second loan stint with the Charleston Battery, scoring 15 goals and adding three assists in 22 appearances. Scored 10 goals with the Battery in in 2016.
COLLEGE: Played his last three seasons with the University of Central Florida, recording 18 goals, including seven game-winning goals, five assists in 51 games, 46 as starter. He was a unanimous selection to the American Athletic Conference all-conference first team in 2014. He was also the 2013 American Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
INTERNATIONAL: Originally from Portmore, Jamaica, Williams represented the U17 national team, playing in three games at the 2011 U17 FIFA World Cup. He had previously started four of five games at the Concacaf qualifiers.
NOTES: No. 3 pick in 2015 SuperDraft.