Head Coach Jerry Williams
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Coach Jerry Williams (born January 2, 1979) is an American former semi-professional basketball player and current head basketball coach for the 4 Time ABA  national champion Jacksonville Giants in Jacksonville, Florida. He had a distinguished college and European career, and played in the American Basketball Association (ABA) for 3 seasons, from 2007–2009. Coach Williams played for the ABA Jacksonville Jam and the Texas Mavericks. A 6’6″ shooting guard/small forward from Cumberland College, he was selected to the 2007 ABA All-Star Game. Jerry was also the ABA coach of the year for 2016-2017 season

From 2002 to 2005, Williams played in the British Basketball League. He was named Player of the Year in 2004, after a season in which he averaged 23.3 points per game for the Scottish Rocks. Jerry’s nickname is “Mouse.”

He is the brother of NFL superstar Rashean Mathis of the Jacksonville Jaguars.