Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama #92

6030, 303, 4.83

Notes: From Birmingham, AL. His mother died of breast cancer in 2010, and he drew the task of doing most of the family cooking. Originally committed to Auburn, but switched to Alabama. Redshirted as a freshman in 2016. Had a rotational role and played in all 14 games in 2017, recording 20 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks. Became starter and recorded 49 tackles, 14 TFL (including a safety), 5 sacks and 1 pass breakup in 2018. Combine – measured 6030, 303, ran 4.83 forty, 1.67 10-yard split, 2.80 20-yard, 30.5-inch vertical jump, 9-4 broad jump

Positives: Very athletic. Tremendous quickness and ability to use his hands to penetrate, disrupt and make plays in the backfield and rush the passer inside. Blows by blockers at times. Extremely slippery. Difficult to block one-on-one. Great fundamentals and highly refined technician. Rarely allows blockers to get into his chest and establish control. Very good instincts, ball awareness and play recognition. Powerful and can hold the point of attack. Seldom pushed around or moved. Makes plays in all phases. Can rush the passer, stuff the run and pursue down the line. Good character, football intelligence, competitiveness and work ethic.

Negatives: Lacks massive size, exceptional length and occasionally gets locked onto by bigger linemen.

Summary: Outstanding every-down player who should be an immediate impact player at the next level. Perennial Pro Bowl talent.

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