Eastern Washington - Eagles
Renard Williams - #98 - DT
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/07/2012 Eastern Washington Pro Day||6-0 5/8||302||9||33 1/4||77 3/8||5.24||23||8'8"||32||5.31|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-1||302||9 1/4||33 1/4||79 1/4||5.00|
Also threw the shot put as Washington prep, winning the 2007 state championship. Redshirted in ’07. Appeared in 11 games, starting four at nose tackle, in ’08 and registered 27 tackles, seven tackles for loss and two sacks with one blocked kick. Recorded 35-15-9 with one forced fumble in 12 games (seven starts) to earn first-team All-Big Sky Conference honors in ’09. Helped the Eagles win the FCS Division I title in ’10, posting 54-13-6 1/2 with one batted pass and four forced fumbles in 15 starts at right defensive end. Returned a fumble 34 yards for a score against Montana. In ’11, managed 23-9-4 1/2 with one batted pass and one forced fumble in 10 games (nine starts) at defensive tackle. Did not start against Montana or play against Portland State (ankle).Summary:
Built like a nose tackle with a three-technique’s skill set, Williams is a short, athletic tackle who is light on his feet, moves well laterally and shows surprising range and closing speed. However, he has concerning underachiever/”big fish” traits, is not instinctive or technically proficient and disappears for stretches. Might struggle grasping complex concepts. Could be putty for a position coach, but needs an NFL strength and conditioning program, as well as more glass in his diet. Was hampered by an ankle sprain during a disappointing senior season.
Renard Williams's Draft Stock
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