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D'Angelo Williams would be a great pick.

Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by jcalverley, Jan 24, 2006.

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  1. jcalverley

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    I have watched D'Angelo Williams run through defenses all season. He has the quick burst to get through the line, something New England has been missing since Curtis Martin.
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    I think DeAngelo Williams will be a very good back for someone also I just like the mans running ability very good player.
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    I'd be shocked if he was available for us at #21, but then again, there's a lot of time between now and the draft. The Combines will clarify a lot of things, though what players do on a track field mean nothing to me. But if Williams runs a 4.65 or something, he drops like Kevin Jones did to Detroit.
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    I would love to get DeAngelo Williams, though I was a little dissapointed that he measured in at only 5'8. But then again you don't have to be tall to be a successful RB in this league.
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    He is the offensive player I want most at #21. Do I think BB will draft him? For some reason, I don't feel like he will.
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    The thing I like about Williams is how he fgoes the extra mile to get props for his OL. That's very nice.

    A back that is similar in style, but lacking the results is Norwood of Miss State. He has the explosion that Williams has, but maybe a little less vision.
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    Memphis RB Williams reluctant to embrace football as 'work'

    http://www.profootballweekly.com/PFW/NFLDraft/Senior Bowl/2005/lagesse012806.htm

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