Williams is a six-foot-four, 302-pound early entrant into the draft that Lance Zierlein of NFL.com compares to Jake Matthews. How’s that for good company? The word out of the most recent combine was Williams impressed in interviews.
He’s expected to go in the first round of this year’s selection meeting, and when he does, the team that picks him will have a solid tackle that can be kicked inside and play guard if need be.
5. Greg Little
Mr. Little is expected by many to go in the second round of this year’s NFL Draft. This may be for two reasons. One, many who have put on his tape believe he hasn’t played up to his potential consistently, so you have the question about his motor. Then, there’s the other thing.
At the most recent combine, a lot of teams came away from his interviews concerned about the lack of knowledge on certain aspects of his position. That’s the bad news. The good news, from what we’ve heard, is every team that said that has no concerns about his upside, his ability to learn or whether or not he’s coachable.
He might wind up being a steal for somebody.