At 6-7 and 265, he has the body to fill out at 6-7 and 300+. He has long arms that he uses well to force defensive ends to take wide routes to the QB. He also does a real nice job always getting his hands on the defender, plays with excellent balance and shuffles feet well. He's a knee bender most of the time and has the quickness to reach linebackers. Huge wingspan and good footwork.
He needs to work on leverage, finishing blocks, and basically filling out and become stronger.
A very good athlete, he has only been playing football for 14 games. He seems to have a lot of natural tools - size, footwork, and athletic ability to become a very good LT at the college level. It'll take him a year or two to fill out, develop the necessary strength, and have the meanstreak to become a dominating player. I think his upside is outstanding as an OT prospect.
UM's still the clear leader for Williams, who is also being recruited as a defensive lineman.
Kevin Williams Update
Canes Time Top Stories
Tuesday Q&A with Thomas BrownRead on to see everything offensive coordinator Thomas Brown was saying Tuesday morning as the Canes prepare to take on Georgia Tech Saturday.
Canes TimeYesterday at 11:28 AM
Several Cane Offensive Players Talk GTRead on to see what several Hurricane offensive players are saying about this week's game against Georgia Tech.
Canes TimeYesterday at 11:22 AM
Kaaya Talks Ga TechRead on to see what quarterback Brad Kaaya was saying on Tuesday afternoon as he prepares to take on Georgia Tech Saturday.
Canes TimeYesterday at 11:18 AM
Tuesday Q&A with Mark RichtRead on to see everything head coach Mark Richt was saying on Tuesday morning as his team prepares to take on Georgia Tech Saturday.
Canes TimeYesterday at 11:15 AM