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  1. We like having a RT at both our LT and RT spots. Helps the run game, helps our running QB, and helps Shula/Cam get the ball out quicker on pass plays for 2014, we moved a meh RT in Bell to LT for 2015, we have at least three options at LT: move a RT that was a worse RT than Bell to LT (Oher) move a RT that was a better RT than Oher to LT (Remmers) move a stud RT prospect in Daryl Williams to LT won't be surprised if Williams wins. He's more athletic than Oher is now in his old age. Oher was a good prospect back in the day because of his athleticism (and it allowed him to do well as a rookie), but as Oher lost a step and his athleticism declined, he got worse and worse because his technique sucks and he doesn't take well to coaching Williams is a better athlete than Oher now and apparently takes to coaching better (at Oklahoma at least). Of the RTs we are looking at for our LT spot (Oher, Remmers, Williams), Williams should win the spot. And don't count out young Martin. We didn't know we could get him when we got Oher. Gettleman might very well have wanted Martin over Oher in the 1st place
  2. probably based on how both Oher and Remmers played RT for the last few years and Remmers did better (although Remmers had much more limited starts so a smaller sample size)
  3. note that ncfan was the 1st to predict we would go after Daryl Williams ncfan: "would rather see us go out and get a solid LT in the 1st. A Good #2 WR in this deep WR pool in the 2nd. Then get a Road Grading Mauler RT like Daryl Williams in the 3rd." ncfan: "3rd R: Daryl Williams- Looked good at LT vs Alabama last year but will be a RT in the NFL. Kid can open some holes in the run game and a solid pass blocker." ncfan: "3rd R - Daryl Williams: good pass blocker for a RT, had a GOOD showing at LT vs Alabama last year. Good run blocker. Future is RT in the NFL but can play LT if needed. Again better than any OT on our current roster."
  4. Editor of SoonerScoop.com Josh McCuistion @JLMcCuistion Sep 20 Daryl Williams has been absolutely dominant so far this season for #Sooners , on pace for best season for an OL since Trent Williams in 2009. Editor of SoonerScoop.com Josh McCuistion @JLMcCuistion Feb 20 Follow a lot of good draft guys on Twitter but a bit surprised about the lack of attention/respect for Daryl Williams . High end potential.
  5. 2015 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report: DARYL WILLIAMS, OT, OKLAHOMA At 6-5-327, Williams obviously has NFL size, and he was able to use it at the collegiate level to drive defenders of the line of scrimmage. There were no real questions about his strength coming out of college. However, some have questioned Williams' athleticism and posited that he might end up at guard. But Williams somewhat silenced those questions with an impressive performance at the combine including an an impressive 1.75 10-yard split. If a team thinks Williams has the athleticism to go with his size, he could potentially be a late first round pick. For now the safer money is probably on a second round selection. Draft Prediction: Second Round http://fftoolbox.scout.com/nfl_draft/profile_display.cfm?prospect_id=18646
  6. NFL.com Chris Trapasso Feb 20 An OT as big/powerful as Daryl Williams shouldn't be able to run 1.75 10-yard split . I'd be fine w/ him in Round 1. Panthers at 25 logical. https://mobile.twitter.com/ChrisTrapasso/status/568814209959632896?p=v
  7. NFL.com on the Senior Bowl: "Oklahoma tackle Daryl Williams looked exceptional in one-on-one pass-rush drills" http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000461057/article/what-we-learned-on-day-one-of-senior-bowl-practices
  8. Charlie Campbell's notes on the Oklahoma OT duo of Tyrus Thompson and Daryl Williams going against the dominant Clemson DL: "Williams played better than Thompson...This duo is reminiscent of the Tennessee tandem of Antonio Richardson and Ja'Wuan James last year. Richardson got more publicity, but NFL teams felt James was the better prospect and selected him in the first round while Richardson fell undrafted because of a micro-fracture knee injury. I'm not saying that Thompson will go undrafted, but don't be surprised if Williams is selected first and is the better pro." http://www.walterfootball.com/draft2015recap_16.php
  9. the other Oklahoma OT, Tyrus Thompson, says this about Williams: "He’s so technically sound. He takes to coaching the best of anyone I’ve ever met. He’s got a really great work ethic.." http://m.soonersports.com/mobile/ViewArticle.dbml?atclid=209689601&DB_OEM_ID=31000&
  10. Edraft.com scouting report: "Williams has potential to be a solid starting right or left tackle in the league... It’s not natural for guys with Williams’ size to be good athletes that can win in space. Normally a 6’6”, 330-pound frame will really inhibit an athlete’s ability to move and neutralize anything but power rushers, but Williams has good overall fluidity in his movements... moves rather well...can get to the second level well...excellent anchor ability... above average technician...neutralizes edge defenders well...a good pass blocker... Really moves defenders off the ball as a run defender...great length... a smart player...clearly an on-field leader for the team...most impressive part of Williams’ game is his ability to punch a pass rusher off their initial move and set his anchor to prevent a counter move" http://edraft.com/nfl/news/2015-nfl-draft-scouting-report-daryl-williams/
  11. Edraft.com scouting report: "Williams has potential to be a solid starting right or left tackle in the league... It’s not natural for guys with Williams’ size to be good athletes that can win in space. Normally a 6’6”, 330-pound frame will really inhibit an athlete’s ability to move and neutralize anything but power rushers, but Williams has good overall fluidity in his movements... moves rather well...can get to the second level well...excellent anchor ability... above average technician...neutralizes edge defenders well...a good pass blocker... Really moves defenders off the ball as a run defender...great length... a smart player...clearly an on-field leader for the team...most impressive part of Williams’ game is his ability to punch a pass rusher off their initial move and set his anchor to prevent a counter move" http://edraft.com/nfl/news/2015-nfl-draft-scouting-report-daryl-williams/
  12. NFL.com Chris Trapasso @ ChrisTrapasso Feb 19 Really like how Daryl Williams "attacks" DLs w/o lunging/ getting off balance as pass protector. Should instantly be bull in run game in NFL. draftbreakdown.com Joe Marino @ TheJoeMarino Feb 18 Daryl Williams , OT, Oklahoma: 6'5'', 327 pounds, 35" arms, and 9 3/4" hands. Stud football player. Checking boxes so far. NEpatriotsdraft.com Mike Loyko @ NEPD_Loyko Feb 15 #OU OT Daryl Williams might be the most underrated OL in the draft. Plug him in at Right Tackle and let him roadgrade. CBS Sports Dane Brugler@ dpbrugler Dec 1 Two strong run blocking RTs Rob Havenstein and Daryl Williams both will be in Mobile. A pair of mean maulers who block out the sun
  13. Feb 19 video editor for Draftbreakdown.com: "Dave Gettleman said this about Ja'wuan James (has to be him). Hope he feels the same about Daryl Williams"
  14. Scout.com: "After first appearing in nine games as a reserve tackle during his true freshman season in 2011, Williams started the first ten games on the 2012 schedule before missing three contests with a knee injury. He lined up at right tackle for the first 12 games on the 2013 schedule before moving to left tackle for the Sugar Bowl clash vs. Alabama. He earned second-team All-Big Twelve Conference honors after posting 60 knockdowns and nine touchdown-resulting blocks as a junior. In 2014, Williams remained at right tackle all season, as the All-Big Twelve first-team choice and squad captain collected 91 knockdowns and led the way on 11 touchdown-resulting runs." http://recruiting.scout.com/story/1518385-deep-draft-analysis-offensive-linemen#/story/1518385-deep-draft-analysis-offensive-linemen
  15. The top two pics are Loadholt (who went 2nd R/#54 overall) The bottom pic is Williams....