2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TRAYVEON WILLIAMS: Texas A&M, 5081 206 4.52. Junior entry and three year starter from Houston, TX. After two solid years for the Aggies where he led the team in rushing both times, Williams broke onto the national scene last fall. The first-team All SEC running back led the conference in rushing while setting a school-single season rushing record. The big play back brings the kind of excitement and big play potential to the field the second he steps foot on it. Despite being on the small side, he is very effective in both space and traffic. He can see the field and make fast decisions, sneaking by defenders and wiggling his way into the open field. Once there, he can take it to the house every time. He isn’t the every down franchise back, but is a weapon right away that can change an offense. A spark plug that could add fun and excitement to any offense. Innovative and creative on the fly. Doesn’t marry himself to a plan, simply reacts to the situation with speed, quickness, and explosion. Excellent, natural vision. His body can react just as fast as his eyes see. Top tier balance. Ready to pounce at all times and will do the unthinkable while making it look easy. Has the breakaway speed to run away from defenders into the open field. A three down threat that shows good catching mechanics. Needs more power presence in his game. Won’t push the pile forward and had too many runs where he went down on initial contact. Doesn’t have a frame that will hold much more weight. Struggles with ball protection, needs more security. 2018 stats: 1760 yds, 6.5 ypc, 18 TD, 27 rec, 278 yds, 10.3 ypr, 1 TD. OSR:19/24. Third/fourth round. (A-30 3/8, H-9 1/4, BP-19, SS-4.46).