NFL.com’s Pat Kirwan recently posted his latest mock draft and for once someone doesn’t have the Bills taking a QB or OT.
Kirwan predicts that the Bills will take Tennessee defensive tackle Dan Williams. It should be noted that Kirwan has offensive tackles, Okung, Bulaga and Davis all coming off the board before the Bills are on the clock, which could lead to a pick like this.
Williams at 6’2″ 327, he’s thickly built making him a fit as a nose tackle in Buffalo’s new 3-4 system. His run defending ability is his best asset, which has to be music to the ears of Buffalo’s defensive staff. He’s built low to the ground so he’s hard to move off the line.
He hasn’t been seen this high in the draft in too many mocks, but I have seen him as high as 12. The convincing Williams needs to do is that he was not a one-year wonder. He was considered a mid-round pick until his big senior season under Monte Kiffin. His pro day is set for March 17th.
Tags: 2010 NFL Draft, Dan Williams
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