NFL Draft 2011: Aaron Williams Prospect Profile

April 22, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Depending on who you listen to, it’s been said that former Texas Longhorn’s cornerback Aaron Williams could go anywhere from the late first round, to the early second round in the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft.  Williams brings a unique talent to the position and could be a starter right away depending on where he goes in the draft.

Let’s take a look at Williams; what makes him a strong prospect, what could hold him back in the draft and where he might end up at the end of the month.

Williams possesses good height and weight for the position, coming in at just a shade under 6'0" and weighing 204 pounds.  There are some experts that think that he could be switched to safety successfully and that may happen once he gets into the NFL.

Williams will be able to stay with most receivers going down the field, thanks to his speed and ability to get up high with taller receivers and swat the ball away, or come down with the interception.  His vert...

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