2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DARYL WILLIAMS: Oklahoma, 6052 327 5.37. Three-year starter from Lake Dallas, TX. Williams missed three games (knee) and started the rest at right tackle with the exception of the 2014 Sugar Bowl, where he manned the left tackle spot. Brings a physical presence to the line and rarely gets pushed around. He can make a big difference as a run blocker, showing the ability to be equally effective against linemen and linebackers alike. His ability in short space to physically dominate is consistent. He struggles against speed when he has to pass protect, relying too much on his upper body. His upside may be limited because of his footwork, but there is plenty of upside to warrant a selection. Mammoth-sized right tackle with a lot of starting experience. Tremendous reach and upper body strength. Functionally strong and powerful. Reaches the defenders down the line on the second level. Reacts to the action around him well. Quick thinker. Controls the engagement upon contact. Relies too heavily on his hands. Doesn’t use his feet as much as he should. Gets top heavy and will bend too far at the waist. Speed in space as a lead blocker is below average. Athletic ability drops off the further from the line he gets. Plays too high. Quicker, smaller defenders can get under his pads and throw him off balance. OSR:24/ 41. Fourth/fifth round. (A-34 3/4, H-9 5/8, BP-27, 10-1.87).