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However, Williams is a different type of cornerback than Hall. While Hall is a flashier type who has been widely celebrated by just about everyone for the last few years, Williams is more of a low-key guy who isn't necessarily well-known by the average football fan. Well, fans should get to know him because he is undoubtedly the best cornerback coming out in the upcoming draft.
Perhaps the best aspect about Williams' game is the fact that he is a former safety. Thus, if a team has a surplus of cornerbacks, or they are depleted with injuries at the safety position, they can simply plug in Williams. His versatility is what sets him apart. Of course, it doesn't hurt that Williams has run a 4.36 and 4.4 in the forty-yard dash on two occasions. He should be a hit at the upcoming scouting combine in Indianapolis.
The biggest question about Williams at this point is where he will go in April's draft. If the soon to be 22-year old falls out of the top fifteen, it will definitely be a major surprise. At this point, it appears that Williams could go anywhere from eighth to fifteenth in the draft. Buffalo, St. Louis, and Cleveland may be the next stomping grounds for Williams.