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Quinnen Williams

Height 6' 4
Weight 290
Country United States
Position Defensive End
Graduating Class 2021
School University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
Draft History
Drafted in 2019 NFL Draft: 1st Round, 3rd Overall Pick by New York New York
DraftSite Scouting Report Top prospect who when you turn on the LSU film was a game wrecker. Great first step with the ability to get into the backfield vs single or double teams. Can win with that quickness or strength to push interior OL into the pocket. He makes TFL on run plays and secure the passer or gets him off the spot. As always with Alabama players, is he a product of the system?

2019 NFL Mock DraftRd # Team
DraftSite Mock Draft Projection13New York New York
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DraftSite Mock Draft HistoryVersion 26: 04-23-201914Oakland Oakland
Version 25: 04-20-201914Oakland Oakland
Version 24: 04-07-201915Tampa Bay Tampa Bay
Version 23: 03-30-201917Jacksonville Jacksonville
Version 22: 03-30-201917Jacksonville Jacksonville
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PROS: Exceptional power and violence in his hands. Displaces blockers with power and is almost never pushed around. Controls exchanges at the line of scrimmage with terrific hand placement and torque. Terrific job processing his keys and attacking, difficult to reach in the run game. Drops anchor vs. doubles and rarely gets displaced despite his size. Despite playing from a square stance, still shows a quick first step off the snap. Reaction timing to the snap is excellent, quickly finds his opponent’s edge and shows the power and flexibility to turn tight corners to the pocket. Quick-footed, will lull blockers to sleep and then burst by them. Wide array of rush moves. Rips, clubs, snatches, swims are all used frequently. Can challenge interior offensive linemen on their edge or with power on a bull rush. If left 1v1, victories are frequent. Reads pass sets and does a great job of showing hands to force linemen to overextend to get into his frame, then swipes and flashes by them. Works hard and physicality is a strength. CONS: Not the biggest or longest defensive lineman. Can’t always maintain preferable distance from blockers with full arm extension, which can make stacking and shedding a bit messy at times. Stance will need work, often plays from a square stance in college and will benefit from playing more staggered in the NFL. As a pass rusher, would like to see him eventually incorporate more counters into his arsenal. Can sometimes get hung up on his first move and could benefit from some quicker transitions to counters.

on 12/05/18 6:08 pm (ET)

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