2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about DARRYL WILLIAMS: Mississippi State, 6024 304 5.19. Three-year starter, Bessemer, AL. Played guard in 2017 and 2018 before moving full time to center as a senior. A team captain that coaches laud for his intelligence and quick mind. Williams is a tough, hardnosed, blue collar blocker who gets the most out of his ability. He lacks ideal size for the NFL trenches, but his interior versatility and productive blocking career in the SEC will get him a spot on a depth chart. Versatile inside blocker who could project to both guard and center at the next level. Sturdy build with a good anchor. Does a nice job of getting his big hands on first despite having to snap the ball. Re-locates his hands and will re-anchor when he’s beat. A natural, consistent blocker who plays smart, aware, and strong. Capable of making line calls. His feet are active and balanced in traffic. Struggles at times in space. Overreaches and will show his chest to the ground. Fringe length and lockout capabilities. Range as both a second level and B-gap blocker can be questioned. Will give a little too much ground against a quality, long bull rusher. OSR:35/41. Sixth/seventh round. (A-32 1/8, H-10, BP-23, 10-1.79).