STRENGTHS - Williams gets off the line quickly and shows the ability to bend his knees and explode off the POA. His quickness combined with agility and footwork allow him to change direction well and bounce from the inside to the outside or outside to inside on run plays. Williams is a solid tackler and shows good form, he will square up on the runner when he can wrap up. While he did not show much of this in college as he played DE, he shows the quickness to be able to pick up a RB on screens or a TE in pass coverage.
WEAKNESSES - Williams does not show any pass rush moves to be a consistent pass rusher. While he shows his strength at times and showed the ability to move guys off the OL, he does not consistently do so against the bigger OL, and therefore he will need to convert to an OLB. He needs to become much more physical at the POA and gain leverage on the OL, especially with a lack of moves. He will need to develop much quicker hips as he did not show much ability.
SUMMARY - Williams played DE in college and will need to make the switch to OLB if he is going to have any kind of career in the NFL. While he has very good quickness and agility, he shows a lack of pass rush moves needed to be a consistent pass rusher. Being a DE also did not allow him much experience covering TE and RB's. While he appears to have the quickness to close on them, it's questionable on whether he will be able to maintain coverage on a consistent basis. He has good awareness is can react quickly to the direction of the play and has the ability to change direction quickly. Overall, Williams is a conversion project who projects as a late round draft pick as he will take some time to develop before he will see significant playing time and be a solid contributor, but he has the quickness and overall ability to make that switch successfully.