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Player: Daryl Williams

Hometown: Corinth, TX

Position: OT

Height: 6'5"

Weight: 269 lbs.

40 time: 4.9

Visit Date: Junior Day

Scholarships: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Houston, Kansas, Kansas State, Miami, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU, Texas Tech, TCU

Favorites: Miami, Missouri, Oklahoma

 

COMMITTED TO OKLAHOMA

 

Rivals: :star:star:star:star

Scout: :star:star:star:star

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Article on Scout yesterday. Link

 

Here’s the teaser:

Nebraska has already landed half of their projected offensive line class for 2010. Nebraska has commitments from Andrew Rodriguez and Mike Moudy, which both seem to be very firm, but it seems that Nebraska is still looking for another tackle and then maybe a center/guard combination. Daryl Williams may be one of Nebraska’s top remaining tackle prospects.

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Williams has a bunch of offers already. Seems a bit light for a top OT recruit.

 

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 255 40: 5.1

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Williams has a bunch of offers already. Seems a bit light for a top OT recruit.

 

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 255 40: 5.1

 

Nothing that two years in a strength and conditioning program couldn't remedy.

 

I realize that I'm probably I'm alone in this type of thinking, but I think that as DL's go smaller to get faster, I think that OL's should do the same...go smaller and get faster.

 

My "ideal" OL is 6'2" and 285 across the board.

 

Now I have literally no idea if this would work in real life but a smaller, and faster, OL philosophy seems to work for the Denver Broncos.

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Williams has a bunch of offers already. Seems a bit light for a top OT recruit.

 

Ht: 6-5 Wt: 255 40: 5.1

 

Nothing that two years in a strength and conditioning program couldn't remedy.

 

I realize that I'm probably I'm alone in this type of thinking, but I think that as DL's go smaller to get faster, I think that OL's should do the same...go smaller and get faster.

 

My "ideal" OL is 6'2" and 285 across the board.

 

Now I have literally no idea if this would work in real life but a smaller, and faster, OL philosophy seems to work for the Denver Broncos.

A quick look at the guys penciled in as no. 1s supports this. Both Smith and Caputo started out weighing 265. So maybe nothing wrong with reporting to first camp a bit light--so long as they have the structure to fill out.

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Denver had indeed done with smaller linemen. However, keep in mind, they were one of the first to "perfect" it. Hence, being able to use "no name" running backs, or fullbacks for that matter and still be able to run the ball effectively. I do realize that many team have started using the zone blocking method, and that where using the smaller lineman help. But there is not one team that matches Denver running the zone block scheme in the NFL. But Jen, you are right, pretty much everything in football is evolving, and soon you will see the smaller lineman with zone blocking schemes in college like you do in the NFL, IMO

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Highly-coveted offensive tackle Daryl Williams told ESPN affiliate Web site OUInsider.com, "Oklahoma is at the top of my list along with Miami, Missouri, TCU and Kansas. I think I am kind of narrowing it down between Oklahoma and Miami."

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Three-star offensive tackle Daryl Williams (Dallas/Lake) spoke with ESPN affiliate Web site OUInsider.com about the current status of his recruitment.

 

"(Oklahoma is) my top school and I am really thinking about going there, but I am still deciding. The only thing holding me back is Missouri and the same with Missouri is the only thing holding me back is OU."

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