2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JOEJUAN WILLIAMS: Vanderbilt, 6035 211 4.65. Junior entry and two year starter from Nashville, TN. Has imposing length and physical stature for the position. Has experience in various zone concepts including deep outside quarter and third, hard corner, press, and off-man. At his best as a press corner and will often align in press and bail to another coverage. Mixing up technique creates problems for wide outs on their get off. Will use a two hand jam or react to get off in press alignment. Normally ignores first move away from leverage mirrors release and route breaks. When jamming can lock a receiver out on an outside release with quick footwork on turn and run. Stays in the throwing lane when trailing. Even if beaten his height makes it difficult to complete a deep pass. Normally a solid zone defender with route processing skill. Improving ball skills using his length to get to the high point with soft hands for the interception. In phase is tough to throw over and can get his hands in the catch point to break up a pass. Can be physical in run support and will battle stalk blocks. Does enough to make tackles in space. Hips are a little tight and in off coverage has trouble breaking on deep comeback routes. At times gives up too much room. If he gets beat at the snap he lacks a recovery burst. Not always efficient with jam and will occasionally grab if a receiver gets by him. Will overrun a route at times and not react to a receiver on the throw. Unique prospect with off the chart length. Will fit the right scheme with some technique work. 2018 stats: 61 T, 2 TFL, 13 PBU, 4 INT. BTR:left 4.80, right 4.99. OSR:25/33. Third/fourth round. (A-32 1/2, H-9 3/4, VJ-36, SS-4.07).