Williams redshirted his first season at Vandy, and then sat most of his freshman season. As a sophomore, he became a starter and spent time at both left guard and left tackle. He remained in the starting lineup as a junior, taking over the left tackle spot, and he held down that spot again as a senior.
Williams has a lot of talent. He has all the physical tools to play on Sundays, and eventually start. He is a good athlete that has the lateral agility to keep his quarterback clean. He also has the size and strength to match up with bigger ends and not get pushed around. He has experience at both tackle and guard, which gives him more than one position to try and stick at.
Williams has good size, but he may need to get stronger in the NFL. He will not overpower a defender at the point of attack, and will not drive them off the ball in the running game.
Williams projects as one of the better pure left tackles in the draft. His natural athleticism has made scouts take note of him, and he will be in high command in April because of the position he plays. He really could go anywhere outside of the Top 10.