2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about PJ WILLIAMS: Florida State, 6000 194 4.53. Junior entry. Two-year starter from Ocala, FL. 2014 national championship game MVP. Williams has the physical goods to play cornerback at a high level in the NFL. Has the size, strength, and physical style of play to handle any role thrown his way. Has the ability to beat up a receiver at the line of scrimmage as well as stay in their hip pocket all over the field. He can defend with a presence against the outside run. Tall and long cover corner who excels in man coverage. Quick thinker with the ability to diagnose. Can make the quick adjustment. Can explode downhill or turn his hips and run with receivers. Solid tackler who shows no hesitation mixing it up with a ball carrier who has a head of steam. Quick and efficient back pedal. Can make the transition and break in any direction with balance and speed. Effective in press coverage. Late to react when he doesn’t have a man to man assignment. Will mistime his leaps for the ball. Eye-hand coordination is suspect. Will over pursue and lose track of his lane assignments against the run. Goes for the big hit and will not always wrap up the ball carrier. Was arrested for a DUI on 4/3/15 which contributes to a pattern of bad off field decisions. 2014 stats: 74 T, 1 FF, 1 INT, 10 PBU. BTR:left DNP, right 4.75. OSR:19/31. Second/third round. (A-31, H-8 5/8, VJ-40, SS-4.28).