25 Late-Round NFL Draft Sleepers In 2020

Darryl Williams, OL – Mississippi State

Though Mississippi State disappointed as a team in 2019, Williams was part of an outstanding offensive line unit that excelled at creating space for their runners — with MSU averaging 5.4 yards per carry. While he mainly played guard for the Miss St. line, Williams shows excellent versatility – and could potentially pivot to center, if needed. Projecting as an early third round pick because of his difficulty handling blitzes — among other smaller technique issues – Williams has the chance to far out-play this projection and will be an integral part of a good offensive line group in the NFL.

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