Difficult to block once he gets under an offensive lineman's pads
Good job of stacking and shedding blockers
Can play 0 or 1 techniques (3-4 or 4-3 nose tackle)
Nice amount of potential
Tends to wear down in second half
Not always as physical as you want him to be
Lacks flexibility and speed
Not a pass rusher
No move outside of bull rush
One-year wonder possibility
Mediocre work ethic in past
Summary: Monte Kiffin and Ed Orgeron really motivated Williams this past season and you worry if he will maintain his level of play on the field and in practice once he gets paid. He's a prototypical nose tackle, and with an impressive Senior Bowl and postseason workouts, he could sky rocket up draft boards into the top 20 picks. He'll be a great fit for teams like Miami, Cincinati, Houston, Denver, San Diego and Minnesota. Williams is an intriguing talent in a below-average defensive tackle class and is my No. 1 ranked nose tackle.
Player Comparison: Domata Peko. Peko is a dominant 1-technique for the Bengals and is a true force against the run, but not much of a pass rusher.