2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DEXTER WILLIAMS: Notre Dame, 5111 212 4.53. One year starter from Orlando, FL. Williams ended his career with a bang after three years filled with backup duty and off-field issues. After being arrested in 2016 and a four game suspension to start off 2018, he tried his best to make up for lost time. He was the bell cow back for a solid Notre Dame team, showing an aggressive and effective downhill running style. His body can handle contact well and he has underrated straight line burst and explosion. His game is a little too one dimensional but in a committee approach with an effective line, he can be a difference maker. Well built, well-proportioned frame that can produce steam and power on a downhill plane. Decisive one cut runner that can hit his top speed in a hurry and will create space. Sees the action well and makes good decisions with the ball. Stays square to the line and will maintain his angle throughout the decision making process. Holds the ball high and tight with a strong, pit bull type grasp. Has a nose for the end zone and shows great situational awareness. Straight line mover that shows tightness when he has to adjust off his intended path. Struggles on outside runs, simply needs to get moving downhill as soon as possible or it won’t be pretty. Inconsistent hands and route running. Blocking runs hot and cold. Multiple off-field troubles. 2018 stats: 995 yds, 6.3 ypc, 12 TD, 16 rec, 133 yds, 8.3 ypr, 1 TD. OSR:6/24. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 1/4, H-9 5/8, BP-17, SS-4.17).