–Uses yoglates (part yoga/part pilates) to keep in shape.
Temporibus autem quibusdam et aut officiis debitis aut rerum necessitatibus saepe eveniet. Three-cone drill: 7.88 seconds From now until the 2018 NFL Draft takes place, we hope to showcase as many prospects as possible and examine both their strengths and weaknesses. The leg just buckled underneath him as he took the ball off left tackle. –2018 Senior Bowl participant This shows off his leg drive and balance that helps create a 9-yard gain, that got blocked for 4 yards tops. The browser you are using is no longer supported on this site. However, Williams went on to start his final three seasons as a college athlete. Height: 6’2″ This will give him more opportunities to see the field with that kind of protection. Doesn't have breakaway speed and it takes him a second or two to get moving, but once he gets going he's tough to get down. Does not do well to open his frame and play with foot cadence, more of a linear athlete. Follow full coverage of Darrel Williams during the 2018 NFL Draft on ESPN.com –Uses yoglates (part yoga/part pilates) to keep in shape. Broad jump: 102 inches You've watched all the tape, you know the stats. Darryl Williams Overview Power at POA - When he is able to drive his feet in man to man situations, he shows ability to reset and push the point of attack. Balance - Stiffness and lack of mobility hinder his ability to stay under control. Learn how your comment data is processed. –2017 LSU Most Valuable Player A big senior season and a strong performance in the Senior Bowl elevated Darrel Williams'’ NFL stock. 2019 NFL Draft: First-round order, top five needs for all 32 teams With the 2019 NFL Draft just days away, here's a look at the top five needs for all 32 teams. A very violent runner once he gets into the second level and down on the goal-line. –Decent in pass protection, –Not much college experience playing behind Fournette and Guice (6 starts only split between junior and senior years) Chiefs HC Andy Reid conceded that there's a "good chance" RB Darrel Williams (hamstring) misses Sunday's game against the Patriots. Now make your pick. –College career statistics: 321 carries for 1,621 rushing yards (5.1 ypc) with 19 touchdowns and added 38 receptions for 462 receiving yards (12.1 ypr). Flexibility - He shows some tightness through the hips and lower half, struggling to hinge and open himself sufficiently to play with grace and maintain run fits. Despite his reliability, it’s hard to see him making an immediate impact in the NFL.
Unfortunately, the Tiger running back went undrafted during the 2018 NFL Draft. 2018 Senior Bowl, vs. Syracuse, vs. Texas A&M, vs. Missouri (2016), 2020 NFL Scouting Combine Results Tracker, 2020 Steelers Combine Interview Masterlist (Updating), Beating The Browns: Three Plays To Attack Their Defense. Share. 40-yard dash: 5.23 seconds Bench press: 23 reps Vertical jump: 25.5 inches Broad jump: 102 inches Three-cone drill: 7.88 seconds 20-yard shuttle: 4.76 seconds. School: Mississippi State Bulldogs, 40-yard dash: 5.23 seconds Required fields are marked *. Loses some of his appeal when he's forced to work across face or manipulate defenders due to lack of ability to bring the feet behind the block and finish cleanly. If he's caught in tight quarters, he shows persistence and effort is typically pretty strong. Functional strength and explosive power are simply lacking. I plan on talking a lot more. three-year starter with versatility as an interior offensive lineman; competitive toughness makes up for his relative lack of size; good awareness to help his guard seal gaps when playing center; showcases ability to reset his block and hold steady after initial push; takes initiative to block defenders beyond the line when unoccupied. Games Watched: 2018 Senior Bowl, vs. Syracuse, vs. Texas A&M, vs. Missouri (2016). Your email address will not be published. Green, More. Hesitates just a bit too much when the hole hasn't quite developed yet. Williams red-shirted his true freshman year and he made the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Update: Williams is officially questionable to return with a hamstring injury.
–Takes time to build up speed 20-yard shuttle: 4.76 seconds. –Doesn’t create on his own. He played all five positions on the offensive line, which was an early indicator that he would be a versatile prospect.
Like his awareness of feeling opportunities to vacate space and attack when unoccupied. Does a nice job of making the first man miss by either using his strength or his footwork to cut back into the hole. Find the latest coverage, analysis, and player rankings for the 2021 NFL Draft. Additionally, he earned SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors twice last season. Create your own mock draft or Big Board and see how it compares to the experts' rankings. He was the starting left guard for the 2017 and 2018 seasons, and then took over as the starting center for his final season in 2019. –Stiff hips and just ok vision We noticed your adblocker is on. Vertical jump: 25.5 inches ... Summary - Darryl Williams projects best as a utility OL at the NFL level. Help us make independent sports journalism an ongoing reality.