OTTOM LINE Without Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III throwing him the ball in 2012, Williams used his size, quick feet, speed to be a playmaker for the Bears. He had 957 receiving yards, 11 TD as a junior in 2011, and led the entire country in receiving yards his senior year. It might take time for him to learn a full route tree in the NFL, but he’s a big, fast receiver with great body control who is also a willing and able blocker.
Willing, strong, and physical blocker on bubble screens and in the run game, throwing his body into defenders and sticking with blocks. His blocking was a big key to Baylor’s perimeter run game.
You know Kubiak has got to love the Baylor guys blocking skills and according to this analysis, he's disposed to being a "willing, strong, and physical blocker". Sounds like he's also got a descent size/speed combo. And he could maybe be had in the second round ?