Isn't overly physical vs. press either, but has the lateral ability to gain a step off the line and accelerates extremely well away from cornerbacks out of his breaks. However, it's his short-area quickness, balance and flexibility that really pops out on tape. Does a great job cleanly changing directions and is really sudden when asked to separate vs. man coverage. Always seems to maintain his balance and keep his feet under him even at top-end speed and is a really clean route runner at this stage.
Now, isn't real physical and can be pushed around and handled a bit in the underneath passing game once a defender is able to get his hands on him. Struggles to shrug off defenders quickly and can be slowed trying to fight his way off contact. Also, needs to do a better job plucking the football with his hands, has a tendency to let throws get into his frame and can get lost with the ball after the catch. However, exhibits some real wiggle with the ball in his hands, can consistently make his defender miss one-on-one and create in the open field.
Impression: Needs to continue to get stronger and add a little more power to his game. However, he has the speed, balance and acceleration to mature into a very good route runner and make a roster."
Positive: Solid possession receiver who may be best lined up in the slot. Displays terrific focus and concentration and looks the ball into his hands. Extends to make catches away from his frame. Quickly gets into breaks, stays low on exit, and gets separation from defenders. Gives effort blocking downfield and gets results.
Negative: Lacks deep speed and a second gear. Possesses a thin build and struggles in battles.
Analysis: Williams has been a consistent playmaker on the college level when healthy and has the skills to be a fifth wide out in the NFL."
In 2009 Williams had his career year and was rewarded with a variety of all-conference accolades. On the year he caught 60 passes for 867 yards and six touchdowns. Williams was already emerging as Wake Forest's deep threat, but he certainly cemented that position during his junior campaign. Despite a dislocated pinky, Williams had a relatively successful senior campaign. He missed a couple games, but still managed to catch 24 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns. He even threw for two touchdown passes.
Williams' lack of production during his senior season has hurt his draft stock. He is relatively quick and has decent size at 6-1, but he could struggle to beat stronger NFL corners off the line of scrimmage. Right now Williams is a late round flyer at best, but he could work his way up a little bit since he has flown under the radar during his collegiate career."
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