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Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 222
40: 4.47
Year: 4Sr

Damien Williams

School: Oklahoma
Position: RB
Positive: Junior-college transfer who posted 553 rushing yards and 7 TDs in nine games last season. Junior totals included a career-best 946 rushing yards, 11 rushing TDs as well as 34 receptions. Well-sized runner with a versatile game. Quick footed, runs with good lean and displays a burst. Patient, finds the cutback lanes, and easily changes direction. Solid receiver out of the backfield. Helps the quarterback sell ball fakes and effective blocking.
Negative: Not a truly creative runner who makes defenders miss. More of a one-speed back who won't break big plays. Despite his size does not show the ability to pick up a lot of yardage off initial contact.
Analysis: Williams did well in his role at Oklahoma, producing as a runner and receiver. He possesses the size, skill and athleticism to line up as a situational runner/third down back in the NFL.

Updated 5/7
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