Williams was drafted by the Cleveland Browns, who need some help on the defensive side of the ball. He has some things going for him--he's big and quick.
Orien Harris' skills are refined, which means he should fit in nicely as a member of the defending Super Bowl champions, the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers defensive front is solid, so Harris will have the luxury of being a backup and learning the system before he's flung into the lineup. He might be undersized for a NFL D-Lineman, but that could work to his advantage.
In terms of running the 40-yard dash, Marcus Maxey was the fastest player on Miami's 2005 team,. He finished his senior season with 37 tackles and two interceptions. He will compete for playing time in a secondary that ranked 30th against the pass last season.
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