Brennan Williams Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for North Carolina OT

April 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Former North Carolina offensive tackle Brennan Williams enters the 2013 NFL draft as a possible second-day candidate. Williams is the son of former NFL defensive lineman and pass-rush specialist Brent Williams, who played for 11 seasons in the league.
Williams sustained a shoulder injury and missed the final four games of his 2012 season. This may have kept him from garnering extra attention from scouts after he entered his senior season as a potential second-round selection.
Still, Williams possesses great size, length and athleticism to warrant some consideration in the earlier rounds.
The combination of his height, long arms and athletic build makes him a great candidate for playing on the outside of an offensive line. Due to his length and good depth of his kick-step, he can re-route defensive ends around the outside of the pocket. He also has the ability to stop them in their tracks if they attempt to take an inside lane.
Williams has...

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