We have several new faces on our draft board this week, including a wide receiver who has gone from a mid-round prospect in the preseason to a potential top-15 pick, and a running back who continues to impress with his big-play ability.
Here is our latest ranking of the Top 32 prospects for the 2015 NFL draft.
(Notes: Underclassmen are noted with an asterisk, and the scouting write-ups will stay the same for each ranking update except in cases in which new material is needed.)
Williams has showcased a very impressive all-around game this season, even while playing through injuries. He possesses excellent strength and speed for his size, and has the versatility to create mismatches all along the defensive line. His best projection is as a 5-technique defensive end, but he has the quickness and point-of-attack skills to perform inside as a 3-technique (especially in pass-rushing situations), and enough athleticism to occasionally line up as a traditional left defensive end. He isn't going to gain the edge with pure speed as a pass-rusher, but he has good moves and initial quickness.