Originally Posted by gyldenlove
The DT class is just very strong this year so there is not going to room for a guy who needs some time to develop that high in the draft.
That's the thing, he is the most Plug and play DT in the draft. He played every postion in the 3-4 for Alabama, graded out over 90%, and even played a little 4-3 DT in the nickel. He played a very high % of snaps as well, more than Dareus did.
Every single other DT coming out has need to develop to impact at the next level. Williams does not. And, he has a higher ceiling, except for the few pass rushers like Richardson, Floyd, and Short. Lotulelei might be comparable, but he tires way too damn easily for me.