Kyle Williams DT 6í1 299 LSU
By: Robert Davis
Kyle Williams has been a vital part of LSUís success over the past few years. Heís been a mainstay on the interior line since his sophomore season when he finished the season with 41 tackles, 6.5 for loss, and four sacks. He improved on all of those as a junior, when he tallied 57 tackles, 12 for loss, and six sacks. He earned All SEC honors in 2004. He finished his senior campaign with 60 tackles, 7.5 for loss, and 4.5 sacks.
Williamsí biggest strength is just the intensity he plays with on the field. He will never be outworked and goes full tilt until the whistle blows. He can take on blockers, hold his ground, and make plays in the running game. Williams also shows the burst off the snap to get penetration and make plays in the backfield.
Kyle is not a great natural athlete. He wonít beat players with raw physical ability. Without that standout athleticism, he may lack the pure size to be a consistent all around threat like he was at LSU.
With his attitude and toughness, Williams is going to play in the NFL. He may not ever be a standout playmaker, but he is a player you love to go to battle with. Williams should get taken somewhere from the middle of Day One to the end of it.
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