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 Post subject: Travardo Williams - LEO prospect?
 Post Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 2:01 pm 
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Was looking through some mocks and saw him listed in the 4th round on Charlie's mock at walterfootball so I started looking around and found some good information on him including an article by Derek Stephens from early February.

http://www.fieldgulls.com/nfl-draft/2013/2/5/3956342/nfl-draft-2013-finding-depth-at-the-leo-spot-trevardo-williams

One with some Trevardo video

http://nflmocks.com/2013/03/03/trevardo-williams-deolb-uconn-huskies-2013-nfl-draft-player-profile/

Combine info:

http://runwayramblings.blogspot.com/2013/02/trevardo-williams-continues-to-impress.html

Miscellaneous:

http://articles.courant.com/2013-02-22/sports/hc-uconn-football-trevardo-williams-0223-20130222_1_position-drills-blidi-wreh-wilson-dwayne-gratz

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 Post subject: Re: Travardo Williams - LEO prospect?
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He ran a good forty time (4.57), but consider that he did it in a 6'1", 240 pound body. That's 4-3 linebacker size. He also has short arms. He's basically a faster Nick Reed. Irvin and Mingo are also around that weight, but Irvin is 6'3" and Mingo is 6'5". They could add weight and get up to 250 or 260 if they wanted without losing much speed. Not sure that's true for Williams. I'd stay away. Williams came from the Big East too, which is basically the WAC East.

His tape is pretty "meh", too. If he was special, I'd think twice.

I wonder if Seattle might draft him to take a look at LB? He might be faster than most available LBs in the late rounds.


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 Post subject: Re: Travardo Williams - LEO prospect?
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For some reason I was thinking he was 6'3" but I see him listed at 6'1" on NFL.com with 32.25" arms. Some good hops though, 38" vertical, 30 reps at 225 and 124" broad jump.

He was supposed to be a track athlete but maybe the weight slowed him down some. It will be interesting to see what he runs at his Pro Day.

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