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-Big, physical press corner with above-average instincts and field speed. A good, coordinated athlete who likes to mix it up in the run game. Always looking to deliver the big hit. Trusts his above-average instincts to make a play on underneath throws.
-Needs to improve pad level on contact in order to be a consistent NFL tackler. Struggles to track the long ball, even when he’s on the receiver’s hip. Not the best COD athlete; Likely limited to outside coverage responsibilities, as he’ll struggle versus NFL slot receivers.
-P.J. Williams projects as a physical press corner who has the size, instincts and enough athletic ability to eventually start in the NFL. He has the talent and makeup to combat the bigger NFL possession (No. 2) receivers. While I don’t think he’s an NFL shutdown corner, he does have the baseline traits of athleticism, size and instincts to project as an NFL starter early in his pro career.
Grade: 7.5 (2nd round)
-Submitted by Bryan Perez (@FirstRoundGrade)