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Stephen Williams, WR Toledo

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#1 KDawg004


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Posted 18 April 2010 - 10:43 PM

6'5" 210lbs
Seems like an intrigiung WR thats worth a look in the late rounds or as an UDFA.

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Posted 18 April 2010 - 11:09 PM

He has good extension on those off target balls. That first catch was good control, it would have been a lot harder if not for the pooty coverage.

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Posted 19 April 2010 - 09:20 AM

i have been on this kid for 3+ months. everyone said he was too slow. goes to the combine and runs a nice little 4.5 with a 1.49 10 yard split (near the top of the wr charts and). top notch vertical, top 3 broad jump. he is an explosive athlete.

everyone questions his route running ability still, and thats something he focused on in the offseason and impressed scouts with at his pro day. idk how great the routes where, but better than scouts expected. also good production, better than lance moore of the saints, another toledo grad.

also his is a freaking giant at a messured 6'5" tall, might be the tallest wr in the draft and a inch shorter than ramses burdon, last years wr darling from cal poly. williams is a nice prospect to me i would take in the 6th just to keep teams from snagging him in the 7th as a boom bust athlete or an UDFA. his measurables are through the roof for his size and production and film is there for a solid nfl prospect. routes still a concern atm, hands not so much.

he is my favorite sleeper of the entire draft.