Avery Williams was caught peeking into the backfield one too many times for the liking of cornerbacks coach David Lockwood, so he spent a bit of time after a recent practice running steps to reinforce the negatives that can result from the fundamental breakdown. Williams took the lesson in stride however, and has been making solid progress during the first three weeks of West Virginia's spring practice.
Like many first-year players, Williams notes that the speed and strength of opposing players has been one of the toughest adjustments he's faced so far. Again, however, he has been very level-headed in learning what he has to improve on, and is taking a step-by-step approach to the process.
In this interview, Williams discusses the many things he has to learn and describes the process of studying under Lockwood, who has an eagle eye for detail.