Connor Williams – 2018 NFL Draft Prospect Profile

Connor Williams

OT

Basics:

Position College Jersey Number Class Scheme
OT Texas 55 JR

Measurements (* Denotes Pro Day or Personal Workout Numbers):

Listed Height Listed Weight Listed 40 Time Combine Height Combine Weight Arm Length Hand Size
6'5 290 5.06 6'5 296 33 10 1/2

Combine Results (* Denotes Pro Day or Personal Workout Numbers):

40 Time Vertical Broad Bench 3-Cone Short Shuttle
5.05 34 9'4 26 7.83 4.63

Overview:

Williams, who finished his career at Texas, has great size, is a good run blocker, and opens holes up for his backs. He is also a good pass blocker, and is very powerful. He does a good job of bending his knees, and showing his athleticism. He is very active using his hands to get leverage, and he easily pushes around defenders. He does a good job of resetting his legs, and stopping defenders, and he has good athleticism. He is also a tough nosed player, has good instincts, and is a mauler. On the other hand, he has issues with speedy edge rushers, and he does not have the best speed, but that does not hurt his game. With that said, I view Williams as a 1st round pick, and he should be on of the first 4 Tackles taken.

Strengths:

Has great size

A good run blocker

Opens holes up for his backs

A good pass blocker

Very powerful

Does a good job of bending his knees and showing his athleticism

Very active using his hands to get leverage

Does a good job of resetting his legs and stopping the defender

Has good athleticism

Easily pushes around defenders

Gets a good push on the defensive line

Does not get pushed around that easily

A tough nosed player

Has good instincts

A mauler

Weaknesses:

Has issues with speedy edge rushers

Does not have the best speed but that does not hurt his game

Career Stats: