2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JAVONTE WILLIAMS: North Carolina, 5100 220 4.57. Junior entry, Wallace, NC. Two-year contributor who split action with fellow draft prospect Michael Carter, who earned first-team All ACC honors. Williams finished second-team All-Conference, as he finished tied for third in the nation with 19 rushing touchdowns. Williams was a part of a two-back system in which he was the one that laid the thunder on opposing defenders. He is a big and powerful bruiser who matches that ability with an aggressive mentality. He runs through contact consistently and pushes the pile. What sets Williams apart is the surprising ability to anticipate and miss tacklers at the final instant. He excels at altering his weight and coupled with his power, he is a tackle breaking machine. Has the potential to be a solid feature back. Built like a truck and moves downhill like a snow plow, treating defenders like a fresh coat of snow that doesn’t stand a chance. Physical and aggressive style of running that will take advantage of poor tackling. Will work through initial contact. Hungry for more yards at all times. Can anticipate and react to penetration. Alters his direction and overall path with ease while keeping his weight moving downhill. Late movement to tacklers that commit to their tackling strategy whether he needs to cut, spin, or jump. More nimble and agile than he comes across. Will take every inch that is given to him. Excels in short yardage, one who can be bet on to pick up that one yard when it is needed. Can be caught from behind. Baseline speed and agility are average at best. Won’t wiggle and juke his way out of a lot of contact. Ran with a lot of space all around him in the UNC scheme. Goes for the homerun swing as a blocker and will need to clean up his hand techniques. Body catcher when the ball is thrown his way. 2020 stats: 1140 yds, 7.3 ypc, 19 TD, 25 rec, 305 yds, 12.2 ypr, 3 TD. Second/third round. (A-30 7/8, H-9 3/8, BP-22, SS-4.09).