Oregon safety Evan Williams headed to the Reese’s Senior Bowl this week, and he’ll leave Mobile, Alabama as one of the top performers at the event.

According to Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy, Williams was voted the top safety on the National Team following the week of practices. The award was voted on by the wide receivers and running backs on the National team, players Williams went up against during practices.

Prior to heading to the Senior Bowl, the former Fresno State standout spent his final college season as a key piece of the Ducks. Williams led Oregon with 82 total tackles this season and was a versatile piece with 5 tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks and 2 pass breakups.

Williams was productive in Mobile while flashing his closing speed and coverage capabilities. Here are just a few of his highlights from practice reps at the Senior Bowl: