ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper, called Bills second-round pick Aaron Williams one of the steals of the 2011 draft class.
“Aaron Williams I really like at that point where they got him,” said Kiper in a national conference call this week. “He can play corner, he can play safety, he’s the toughest run support corner that I’ve graded in the last five years.
“He wound up going 34. I thought he’d be a late one. I thought teams like Philadelphia would look at him and some of those teams late (in the first). To get him where they did that’s a nice pick there.”
Here is his full list of draft steals.
Tags: 2011 NFL draft, Aaron Williams, Mel Kiper
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