Caleb Williams’ Rumored Girlfriend Is Stealing The Show Ahead Of The 2024 NFL Draft

Valery Orellana and Caleb Williams (Photos via @valeryorellanaa IG and Getty Images)

Caleb Williams is getting set to take center stage where he will be selected number 1 overall by the Chicago Bears, but it appears he will not be alone.

Although he has managed to keep his personal life relatively out of the spotlight, the future Chicago Bears quarterback has seemingly found it impossible to hide his relationship status.

According to The U.S. Sun, Caleb Williams and Valery Orellana have been dating since 2020, which is when they were seen on an Instagram image together on prom night. The report added that Valery Orellana is from Rockville, Maryland, and played on her high school’s field hockey team.

Despite attending different schools, the couple first connected in high school. Orellana attended Richard Montgomery High School, while Caleb Williams attended Gonzaga College High School.

Valery Orellana now attends the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she studies journalism. She also has a Bachelor of Arts from the Hussman School of Media.

Williams teased him and his girlfriend’s draft day outfits for the 2024 NFL Draft.

Caleb Williams Will Kick Off New Era With Chicago Bears

Caleb Williams (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
The Chicago Bears will kick off the NFL draft on Thursday night with the No. 1 overall pick and usher in the Caleb Williams era. The Bears hope that selecting the USC Heisman winner, who is regarded as a generational talent, will shock the fan base of a quarterback-starved organization.

The Bears are almost guaranteed to draft Williams. To create space, they dealt standout player Justin Fields earlier in the offseason. Any alternative would come as a huge shock.

Following a standout collegiate career at USC and Oklahoma, Williams is regarded as the top prospect by most. He passed for 3,633 yards, 30 touchdowns, and just five interceptions in the previous campaign. He was named the Heisman Trophy winner for the finest college football player the previous season after finishing 13 games with 4,075 yards, 37 touchdowns, and just four interceptions.



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