DJ Williams looks like a guy who's going to forge a nice career for himself. MIND you: He's a weak lead Blocker, which punches an hole in the middle of his credentials as a potential Wing Back. Wing Backs need to be able to Seal the Edge, and you do not want to run behind this man. But he does work well with others, and gives a good effort down field on the second level. But he's simply not strong enough or big enough to be a Wing Back.
As a Wing End, however ~ my term for a Wing Back who's main job is to catch the ball ~ he has tremendous potential. He's not the crispest Navigator, but he commands exceptional Burst, Liquidity, and Speed. And that combination makes him very dangerous, indeed.
Wing Ends ~ Tight Ends who can stretch the Defense, Work the Field, are tough as hell to bring down, and can toss in a decent block or two ~ are starting to change the face of the game. And a team that has one or two of the best of them in their arsenal will seize an exceptional advantage.
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