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 Post subject: Jeremy Williams, WR, Tulane
PostPosted: Tue Apr 06, 2010 10:02 pm 

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Jeremy Williams - WR - Tulane
Height: 6'0
Weight: 206
40 Time: 4.60
Projected: 4th


- 4 year starter, very experienced
- Productive despite playing on a bad team
- Nice size
- Outstanding hands
- Strong hands to make the catch away from his body
- Rarely catches with his chest
- Doesn't drop many balls
- Will make spectacular catches
- Does a good job of attacking the ball in the air
- Times his jumps well
- Tracks the ball well over his shoulder
- Great route runner
- Makes quick, smooth cuts
- Can make people miss
- Tough and isn't afraid to go over the middle
- Good blocker and isn't afraid to get involved
- Very versatile, can work as a #2, in the slot, on screens and in the Wildcat


- Lacks the speed to be a vertical threat
- Not very agile
- Has had problems with injuries in the past(2 Torn ACL's)
- Wasn't asked to run many deep routes at Tulane
- May have trouble separating against faster CB's on deep routes
- Will never be a #1 WR or "Go to guy"


Jeremy Williams is a very talented WR that has been productive throughout his whole career. Unfortunately he has had injury trouble in the past and has already suffered 2 torn ACL's which is what is keeping him from being a higher pick. He is a classic possession WR with strong, soft hands, and outstanding route running ability. Though he lacks the speed to generate separation in the NFL, his crafty route running makes up for it. He was used a lot of ways in Tulane and has some versatility that he'll bring to an NFL team. He makes a great #2 WR because of his size and hands, he can also play in the slot, where he primarily played at Tulane and he can be used on screens, reverses and in the wildcat. He did all of these things successfully at Tulane. He even did KR and PR but that probably won't work to well in the NFL due to his lack of breakaway speed.

1-poor, 2-weak, 3-above average, 4-very good, 5-elite

SPEED: 2.5
HANDS: 4.5
RANGE: 4.0

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