You know I love how people are dogging the bucs for firing Lovie. Unless you are a bucs fan and know what what going on, on why they dumped him then just shut up. Lovie Smith ran an outdated defense scheme, sucked at making halftime adjustments, and did not get on to players for committing flags. They were one of the worst flaged teams, and he did not do crap about it. The coach the bucs have now is the reason for this teams success and improvement, not Lovie. He is the reason Jamies had a good year and why the offense is 5th ranked. If the bucs had lost Koetter which is why they fired Lovie, because they were afraid of losing him. If they had lost Koetter. Then the team would of sucked again. Jameis would of digressed. You should know what you are talking before you sputter moronic nonsense.
Does an outstanding job of changing speeds in/out of routes
Generates very solid Y.A.C.
Recognizes various coverages
Can find soft spots in zone
Eats up off-man cushion quickly, then separates
Gets two feet in on sideline catches; aware
Highly talented with great upside
Operated in traditional West Coast offense
Plays with a lot of heart
Good character and reportedly great work ethic
Quicker than fast; can he beat bump-and-run consistently?
Timed speed might go under microscope if not sub-4.5
Could be more physical at line of scrimmage
Has some wasted movements
Could shield corners better
Shoulder injury history must be checked into
Summary: Williams is the kind of wide receiver I love watching tape on. He is very polished and well ahead of the pack, meaning he could contribute immediately in the NFL. With Williams' talent level and work ethic, he has a great foundation to be a star receiver in the NFL. Transferred from Arkansas to USC with high school teammate Mitch Mustain.
Player Comparison: Jimmy Smith. Smith was that very rare route-runner you just don't find very often. Williams might be the best route-runner I have seen in four years of scouting.