2010 Guide: What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about TRENT WILLIAMS: Oklahoma, 6045 315 4.85. Four-year starting experience. Played right tackle in 2008, but was featured as a left tackle in 2009. He also played center against Stanford in the Sun Bowl. Plays in a spread offense at times in a two-point preset stance. Can extend his arms and lock out to punch and force separation. Can sit down and stop a charge. Plays with a good base. Mirrors his man with good head position, quickness, and balance in pass protection. Effective to seal on down blocks. Has the ability to redirect with natural body control. Can cut edge rusher quickly on flat passes. More of an angular body build lacking the thickness in the lower body. Athletic in space with the ability to adjust and sustain his target on the move. Stays balanced with good knee bend. Improved his ability to wall off high motor double move edge pass rushers. Long torso tackle that can lock on a pass rusher and redirect him. Good feet, change of direction, and knee bend. Controls linebackers on the second level. Worked to finish his blocks better in 2009. Instilled more intensity and violence in his game. Can play any of the five positions along the offensive line. He did the short shotgun snaps, but is tall for the position. One of the top three most athletic linemen in the 2010 draft. Has the tools but will he maintain his new found intensity on the next level? OSR:3/ 40. First round. (A-34 1/4, H-9 3/4, BP-23, 10-1.73).