At Farmington High he made all state teams in basketball and football. He earned 11 letters and served as student body president his senior year. He was named Class AA all State for basketball. Was switched from wide receiver to tight end during spring drills his sophomore year. That spring he caught 10 passes for 208 yards. That year as a split end he caught 16 passes for 364 yards. His 65 yard reception at Maryland was the team's longest if the season. As a junior he caught 24 passes for 393 yards (most on the team) and 2 touchdowns. Named to ECAC weekly All Star team Nov 30 th for his play against Syracuse (9 receptions, 145 yards, 1 touchdown). He wore the number 88 like Oscar Patrick. Nate was considered to have a good pair of hands and had the ability to get yardage after hauling in aerials and was also thought to be very tough to tackle from behind.
Football Facilities at WVU (1960s)
Ben Williams, Jr.