Has continued to establish himself as an up and coming front office executive.
Joined the Cleveland Browns front office in 2018 as their Vice President of Player Personnel.
As of 2020 works in the Seattle Seahawks front office.
I think I got really lucky with Alonzo, as he signed all 4 of these cards for me, with two of them becoming more recent set needs. He stopped signing shortly thereafter TTM, but I figured since it’d been nearly 10 years, it was OK to come back and tap that vein again.
Stepfret Williams played for Louisiana-Monroe in 1994 and 1995.
He racked up some monster numbers posting two back to back 1,000 yard seasons.
In just two years he had 123 catches for 2162 yards (17.6 YPR) and 22 TDs.
The Dallas Cowboys selected Stepfret in the 3rd round of the 1996 NFL Draft.
Came into his own as a slot man, posting 30 receptions for 308 yards with 21 of those going for first downs and 1 for a TD.
Released by Cowboys in 1998, he signed with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Signed as a free agent with the San Diego Chargers in 2000, but did not make the squad.
Williams played in the XFL in 2001 posting 828 yards on 51 receptions.
XFL (2001) league leader in receiving yards (828).
Stepfret was a curiosity to me. I felt he could’ve really excelled at the pro level, but just needed more seasoning. I was surprised that after his Birmingham Bolt experience he didn’t find a home with an NFL team. Great cards and autographs, I loved all three of these. Holograms were such a niche thing back then but this one looked great on a card.