With his college career at the University of North Carolina over, Easton's Brennan Williams now has his sites on the NFL Draft April 22.
This week, he is at NFL Combine in Indianapolis, working out in front of the NFL front office, coaching and scouts.
A 6-7, 315-pounder, Williams is being projected as a second or third round selection. Williams injured shoulder in his senior year, but was still an All-ACC Honorable Mention selections. He played in high school at Catholic Memorial.
In the scouting report on nfl.com, he is being looked as a right tackle. Williams' pluses is his exteme length, which "allows him to ride defensive ends around the protect or stop them cold if they try the inside line." The scouting says he comes off the ball hard and stays with his blocks.
In the weakness column, the report says Williams "does not possess the elite quickness to play on the left side (and) can be a tick late off the snap."
The NFL gave him a grade of 71.0, which means Williams will be "a quality player who will contribute to the team early on and is expected to develop into a starter. A reliable player who brings value to the position."
Read the entire report at nfl.com.