Draft Rewind 2013 – Sylvester Williams – Denver Broncos

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about SYLVESTER WILLIAMS: North Carolina, 6026 313 5.03. Two-year starter. Junior College transfer from Coffeyville Community College (KS). Played one year of high school football. Doesn’t stay blocked. Has lined up all along the defensive front. Combines good size and quickness for the position. A disruptive player who has a sudden arm over move. A good effort tackle who works to the whistle. An impact player that doesn’t catch blocks. Sudden and explosive with his hands. Good hand and feet coordination. Plays best on the move with slant and angle penetration. Good downfield effort before ankle sprain. Must work to ward off low cut block, but gets up and pursues to the ball. Will create pressure and hurries even if he doesn’t get a sack. Plays with enough leverage to press and collapse the pocket. Projects as 3-technique one gap penetrator in a 4-man front. A talent with a need for more consistency. Inconsistent at times using his technique to unlock hips with force. Played through a left ankle sprain during 2012 where he was blocked one on one by a center. Grades out as an eventual starter with developmental time. 2012 stats: 42 T, 13.5 TFL, 6 sacks. Edge speed:left 2.53, right 2.12. OSR:7/17. First/second round. (A-33 1/2, H-10 3/4, BP-27, 10-1.75). CAMP NOTES: Sylvester Williams is learning and playing well in OTAs but the proof will be in the pudding when he puts the gear on in training camp. He combines good size and quickness for the position. A good effort tackle, he is an impact player who doesn’t catch blocks. He plays with enough leverage to press and collapse the pocket. Williams projects as a three technique one-gap penetrator in a 4-man front.

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