"On the Hoof: Looks like a huge safety/outside linebacker hybrid. He has a powerful upper body and thick legs. Williams is built a lot like LSU freshman Eric Reid.
Needs Improvement: If he is going to be a defensive back, then working on his backpedal and coming out of his breaks quicker is a must. As a receiver I would like to see him improve his overall speed, making him a better deep threat.
Most Impressive: Defensively he has the size and attitude to put a hurting on receivers and ball carriers. Williams also has the size potential to end up as an extremely athletic linebacker. He does have very nice hands and catches the ball away from his body.
Conclusion: Do not be surprised if he ends up as a linebacker. Williams has the size and tackling ability to make a huge difference at that position. He should also excel on special teams. It is not out of the question for him to be a receiver either because he has the size and hands to make catches over the middle and in the red zone.
" — 6/3/2010
Barry Every is a Football Recruiting Analyst for Rivals.com. He worked in the recruiting offices for Mark Richt at th...[Complete Bio]