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NAME: Andraez (Greedy) Williams



POSITION: Cornerback

CLASS: RS Sophomore

JERSEY: No. 29


HT: 6’1

WT: 182 lbs

D.O.B.: 12/3/1997

Man Cover Skills –Has very good linear acceleration to stay attached at the hip to receivers. Long arms are effective in jostling and battling for position on the route stem. Can be premature in his transitions which can cause some looseness on quicker routes.

Zone Cover Skills –Can be a half tick slow when processing a flooded concept or when routes overlap into his area of responsibility, which can provide a throwing window. Typically over-sinks carrying vertically, can be attacked with late route breaking into intermediates.

Feet/Change of Direction –Transitions are just a touch delayed on account of height and such long steps. Can get complacent with his feet at the line of scrimmage at times, leaving them behind and giving up a clean release. Would like to stay patient with hip flip and use long speed to settle in from there.

Ball Skills Great ball production over the course of career. A true ball hawk who flips the switch when the football is in the air to crowd his man at the catch point and look for an angle to break on the football. Wingspan provides a large catch radius.

Flexibility –Hip mobility is perfectly fine, especially for his size. Gets up field and is graceful in that hip hinge. Shoulders are loose as well, helping to maximize his high point skills and ability to challenge football at optimal position in the air.

Acceleration –Great long speed and has the ability to stay sticky against defenders vertically when tested deep. Click and close skills are effective and shows good spring once momentum is established. Physically capable of handling any assignment.

Zone Spacing – Wingspan and long speed help to mask any errors in spacing or delay in processing. Does well in deep third role to hold his ground vs. routes pressing up the field and is capable of peeling off to MOF to help attack the football.

Competitive Toughness – Frustratingly poor reps are present on tape. Can be found at times walking behind the play and has made some business decisions in run support and as a tackler. Physically strong at the LOS with stab but frame is high/lean, meaning there’s room for added functional strength.

Run Support –Plays passive and soft in this regard. Isn’t particularly interested in putting his face in the fire or trying to jolt blockers and discard of blocks. Is slow to press up into the LOS and often times sits off the line to try and wait out having to tackle.

Tackling –Is more of an ankle biter, prefers to try to cut down ball carriers below the waist as compared to offering any kind of physical challenge with his hips and pads behind the tackle. Poor tackler who misses quite frequently in the open field as a result.

BEST TRAIT – Ball Skills

WORST TRAIT – Run Support

BEST FILM – Miami (2018)

WORST FILM – Alabama (2018)


Greedy Williams projects as a high impact player in the NFL, for better and for worse. Williams’ ball skills, length and speed will allow him a lot of challenges on the football. But Williams’ effort and lack of desire to play all phases of the position will impact his team as well, only in a negative light. Williams has Pro Bowl potential with a fire lit underneath his rear. He’s got the ability to be a starter fairly quickly, but team will have to be comfortable with the ups and downs…or eliminate them.

Feet – Has plenty of foot speed but needs to play more on his toes to avoid delayed transitions. Can be too patient in the contact window and find himself trailing. Has longer strides which will occasionally slow him down when transitioning.

Man Coverage – Has all the physical upside to be a standout man coverage corner. Features good length, fluid hips and the speed to carry routes vertically down the field. Doesn’t always anticipate route breaks well and gets caught guessing. Needs to more consistently finish reps to not allow late separation.

Tackling – Would prefer not to. Nips at ankles and is often reluctant to do that. Rarely illustrates a desire to square up a ball carrier and have a physical exchange. Whiffs too frequently in space.

IQ/Awareness – Despite impressive physical ability, Williams is often left in a state of recovery because he transitions too quickly or incorrectly. Wires get crossed in zone coverage and he finds himself in between zones while not manning the area he is responsible for.

Physicality – Leaves much to be desired. Makes business decisions when his team needs him to make a tackler or get off a block. Is stout at the line of scrimmage and in the contact window with receivers but it doesn’t translate to tackling and playing off contact.

Ball Skills – Illustrates the ability to disrupt at the catch point. Athletic ability and length lead to ample opportunities to make plays on the ball. Showcases good hands when he has the chance to haul in an interception. Drives forward on the ball well with good timing. There are occasions with his back to the football where he is slow to work his head around and find the ball.

Press Technique – I like his upside in press. Illustrates good play strength in the contact window, length and the ability to turn and run. Does well to locate his hands on the receivers frame and disrupt route timing.

Flexibility – Hips are fluid, especially for a taller corner. Can flip and run with smooth transitions. Able to cleanly plant and drive. Has good overall bounce in his movements.

Versatility – Projects nicely to a role as a man and press-man corner on the outside. Needs work with coverage spacing and technique in zone coverage. Contributions as a tackler in run support are poor.

BEST TRAIT – Physical Upside

WORST TRAIT – Physicality


Greedy Williams features a blend of size, length, speed, fluidity and ball skills that suggest he offers a high ceiling in coverage as a lock down corner. With that said, Williams puts doubt in my mind given his disappointing passiveness as a tackler and when working off contact. Too many instances where he fails to finish reps and allows late separation exacerbate those concerns regarding his competitive toughness. If he is motivated, willing to play physical and improves as a processor, Williams should be an early impact starter. If not, he could flame out.

PROS: Greedy Williams’ athleticism, size and length all appear to be top-notch. Mirror-and-match skills to play in man coverage. Does a great job working through/around a receiver to contest the catch point. Has the speed to carry vertical threats. Attempts to look back and plays the ball. Frame and physicality to play press. Quick with his hands and can knock receivers back at line of scrimmage. Fluidity in all directions is excellent, as well as his ability to reach top speed in an instant. Typically in press man, but click-and-close from off coverage is excellent. Legit ball skills down the field, or breaking on routes underneath.

CONS: Can fall asleep at the top of routes and allow separation. Down the field, seemed to struggle to find the ball and stay in phase at all times. In press position, often flips hips too early and enters recovery mode early as a result. Can get turned around off the line of scrimmage due to subpar technique. Must be more patient in press. Frustrating lack of focus on a handful of reps a game, needs to maintain consistent intensity to the whistle. Not overly zealous to defend the run. Not an eager or physical tackler. Misses too many tackles. Would like to see better overall effort in all plays that aren’t throws directly at him. Needs to get stronger, can get nudged off of receivers in route breaks and give up separation. Still learning to mentally process things from zone coverage quickly.