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Considering this was one of the lightest running back pools in recent draft memory, many though that Williams was a guy who would go shortly after 2009 Heisman Trophy Winner Mark Ingram in the first round.
However, this year’s draft’s appetite for RBs was made known when Ingram was taken near the end of the first round, and that had to leave Williams with a feeling of second-round-blues considering this year’s Draft theme.
Still, Williams isn’t the kind of guy who figures to be a role playing NFL back, with good size and solid speed.
The 5-9, 215-pound Williams figures to be a factor back for a team in need, and based on his 2010 production for the Hokies, he might be considered one of Day 2’s steals.