After reading a bit more on both Hill and Williams over the weekend, I've sort of grown less weary of Williams and not so praising of Hill.
We'll see what goes down in the Combine and on their pro days, but at this point I would put both players at about even.
Williams' upside is intriguing, but again my biggest issue is does he have the desire to improve? Also is he a safety or a cornerback? When you look at recent draft history, these big corners that NFL teams seemingly fall in love with, very few have managed to contribute as quality starting corners.
With Hill, I don't think his upside is as high as Williams, but he seems to be a bit safer in terms of developing into a quality NFL starter. Is he going to be a superstar? Probably not, but he could be more than capable #2 guy to DeAngelo Hall.
After considering the evidence more, Williams seems more and more like a tweener. And if you look at recent draft history, almost all tweeners struggle at CB in the NFL, but managed to excel at safety.
So, as a result, my mindset is if the Falcons want Williams, they should look at him as a safety, while Hill IMO would be the better option as a cornerback.
"Vincere scis, Hannibal, victoria uti nescis" -- Maharbal, 216 B.C.E.