Hillsborough football hall of fame


Angus Williams, Jr. played tailback on the single wing offensive system from ’42-43, ‘45, lettered 2 years. Lettered 3 years in basketball and track, and one year in baseball. He earned a scholarship to the University of Florida, were he was the first T formation quarterback under Coach Tom Lieb. Angus was the number one quarterback in the double wing style offense under Ray “Bear” Wolf until he was hurt in practice. After the Army in ’48, he was the quarterback for UF until ’50 when he became a team captain and a defensive halfback. In 1950, Angus played for the South in the North/South College Game in Miami. Military: Joined the Military Police in the Army and was stationed in Japan, where he played baseball. In 1952-53, Angus was a backfield coach for Plant High School and also coached track and basketball for one year. In 1954-1957 he served as a backfield coach for the University of Tampa.

In his professional career Angus went into life insurance sales. While a manager his agency went from 10 to 16 million sales in one year. His agency was the 1st in the history of the company to sell 50 million in one year. His agency was either 1st or second in the company for 19 years. Received top agency award for 14 years. He retired from the insurance business in 1988.

Service: Served as an officer or board member of the following organizations:
USF Green Jacket – 3 years
UF Alumni Association – President
National Football Foundation – President
Tampa General Hospital Foundation – 9 years
Krewe of Venus – 1 year
Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club – 3 years
Palma Ceia Methodist Church – 3 years
Wildcat Cliffs Country Club, NC – Chairman and a member of the Men’s Member and Guest Committee
Sertoma Club – President and Charter Club Member
UF Health and Human Resources Board
Florida Senior Golf Association – President
Timmaquaian’s Social Club - President