The Baltimore Ravens traded up from the 26th Pick in the 2nd Round of the 2015 NFL Draft to select Minnesota TE Maxx Williams with the 23rd pick (55th Overall.)

A prospect just scratching the surface of his potential, Williams owns the all-around skill-set that fits all 32 NFL teams with the ability to line up inline, in the backfield or as a flex option out wide. Although not yet a detailed route runner, he has above average top-end speed for the position with a great feel for throws away from his body, making a number of “wow” catches (and runs) on his college film. Williams is young and needs seasoning, but he has NFL pedigree and projects as a mismatch nightmare with the versatile traits to be equally effective as a pass-catcher and blocker.

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STRENGTHS: Looks the part with an excellent frame and workable build. Terrific athleticism with fluidity to shift his weight well in his breaks. Flexible with quick reflexes to find the ball. Smooth route acceleration off the line of scrimmage to stress the seam and gain a step on defenders. Strong, decisive strides. Dangerous after the catch with springs in his lower body to leap and hurdle defenders. Large, soft hands and focus to make natural adjustments on the ball without slowing his momentum, extending and snaring grabs in traffic.

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WEAKNESSES: Lacks explosive traits and needs a few steps to get going. Has some body tightness and not a twitchy mover, needing to better sink his hips in his breaks to create separation. Average-at-best route runner at this point in his development with predictable moves, rounding and easily forecasting his patterns.

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