Shawn Williams is an interesting prospect. He didn't get as much play at Georgia as former teammate Bacarri Rambo, but seems to be just as solid of a prospect heading into the draft.
With 30 collegiate starts under his belt, Williams should be able to come in and make an immediate impact as a strong safety at the next level.
The issue here, as is the case with every strong safety prospect, is that the class is deep and rich with talent. This seems to indicate that teams will be looking for need as the draft gets going. This also seems to indicate that Williams will get selected a little later than his value would indicate.
Lets take a look at five things you simply need to know about the Georgia product as he prepares to enter the National Football League.