Williams is no
doubt an outstanding athlete with tremendous quickness. He has
very quick feet that allow him to change directions quickly and make
people miss. Williams has good body control and coordination that
helps him to glide tough catches in traffic. Williams' speed
and balance makes him an asset as a returner, runner, and receiver.
very tough and physical for a smaller WR. He is a playmaker who
seems to come up with great plays in clutch situations. Williams
has never been the go to guy at Penn State and that has effected his
production. Williams was the team captain in 2008 and is a very
vocal leader even while not being the most productive. Williams
attacks the secondary with aggressiveness and does not shy away from
hits. He has trouble with being consistent in his route running
and making the catch without trying to make a move first.
Williams is a
smart player whose experience helps him to understand situations.
He displays good instincts and reaction when playing against a zone
or when running with the ball to find the openings. Williams knows
how to make himself an open target against zones and in the red zone.
He lacks concentration at times trying to make a move after the catch
or before he secures the ball.
Williams is not
a huge receiver but has good size and with his speed can be a very successful
slot receiver. He is a strong and explosive receiver who uses
his physical style to get separation from corners and he is a very aggressive
blocker downfield using angles and strength. Williams plays a
lot stronger than receivers that are bigger than him. He takes
a lot of pride in playing hard and explosive on every play.
concentration at times
20 Yard Shuttle:
60 Yard Shuttle:
3 Cone Drill:
Very quick burst
to get into route quickly
Quick off ball
with no one in front
hands well to break jam
Needs more explosiveness
out of cuts/sharper routes
ADJUST TO BALL
Very good body
in open field
Very good straight
line speed can run past some
at times tries to make move before securing the ball
physical/very good technique
Very elusive in
space can break the big play
Does not make
many mistakes but loses concentration at times
Williams is an outstanding athlete.
His quickness and elusiveness in space make him a valuable playmaker
for any team that gets him. Williams has the ability to catch,
run, and throw the ball and that makes him an immediate asset to a team
with a wide open offense. Williams is a physical strong player
who is a very aggressive blocker.
Williams has never
had a ton of production at Penn State and has showed some inconsistencies
with his route running. He has also shown signs of a lack of concentration
when making moves after the catch or before he has secured the ball.
Williams is an outstanding athlete
and has the ability to make big plays from just about anywhere on the
field. He has played many different positions over the years and
that versatility makes him a valuable player to an NFL team especially
those looking to work on the Wildcat offense. Williams is a very
aggressive player who loves contact almost as much as Hines Ward; he
blocks very well with great technique and strength. Williams just
needs to work on his consistency, concentration, and prove that he can
be a productive WR at the next level.
Numerical Final Grade Scale:
7.0-7.9 - Pro Bowl potential
6.5-6.9 - Highly-productive starter
6.3-6.4 - Very good starter
6.1-6.2 - Good starting player
6.0 - Very productive backup/may develop into starter
5.9 - Very good backup/special-teams player
5.8 - Quality backup/special-teams player
5.5-5.7 - Backup/project/special-teams player
188.8.131.52 - Backup/scout team
Individual Numerical Grade based on a 1-9 scale, 1 (not good enough for NFL) to 9 (rare quality).
Joe Berger is still a Vikings. Also Reiff actually played better on the left side in his career rather than the right side. That part probably doesnt really matter because you wont change that in your opinion just figured i'd share my side (i dont blame you for not changing it because im just some random dude comments in the comments). The Berger one does matter though because that is incorrect information.
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