You beat me by a few minutes. :-)
Williams def. Travis Helgeson 6-3, 5-7, 6-2 to win the title.
To put this in perspective, Donald Young didn't win a Futures title until April of this year (17 years, 9 months). Rhyne Williams is 16 years, 4 months. Of course Williams hasn't had Young's junior success.
There were five highly ranked college players in this draw: Stephen Bass (#10), Travis Helgeson (#11), Luke Shields (#13), Todd Paul (#14), and Greg Ouelette (#21). Williams knocked off Bass and Helgeson (and only lost four games to Bass). He also beat the #3 seed, Jose Statham, ranked #644 in the world, and Marcus Fugate, one of the best U.S. juniors from 1988. The highest ranked player in the draw was Victor Estrella, ranked #431.
I saw some extended highlights of Williams from the Easter Bowl final. He has good size, moves well, and has a potent forehand from what I saw. I didn't see much of his serve, but it's reputed to be pretty good. His backhand looked a tad weak, but not too bad. West Nott, a player/coach/writer, gave a description of Williams after watching him at the Easter Bowl. I'll see if I can find it.
Wow, he won.
He might be the youngest guy to win a futures title since del Potro a few years ago. Thanks for the description of Rhyne's game.
Edit: I stand corrected, del Potro was 16 years and 7½ months when he won his first futures title.