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Isiah Williams Scouting Report

Position: QB
Conference: Big10
School: Illinois Fighting Illini
Year/Status: Declared
Jersey Number: #7
Height & Weight: 6'2 - 235 lbs.

2010 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
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Isiah Williams, QB, Illinois

Isiah "Juice" Williams is a really intriguing prospect. Through four years at Illinois, he hasn't shown a consistent ability to throw the ball accurately. Because of this, he likely won't be playing quarterback at the professional level. On the other hand, he's too gifted athletically to not be drafted; so the big question becomes what position do scouts see him playing? Williams is a big, physical player with great speed and great arm strength. He played in 49 games at Illinois, and threw for 8037 yards with 56 touchdowns and 44 interceptions. He has also rushed for 2557 yards and 18 touchdowns. Despite these statistics, he might be best suited as a wide receiver in the NFL. He'd be a big receiver who could shield defensive backs with his body. It might take a few seasons to teach him to run proper routes, but he offers you a wildcat quarterback option until he develops. Whether or not Williams is willing to work out at other positions will go a long way to determining where he will be drafted.

Last Updated Jan-19-2010 by Randall Weida

6 Comments | Add Yours
Prediction: 1st Round

He's Awesome!!!!!!

Posted by:
rhys.pepino 12/07/09 05:54 PM
Prediction: 1st Round

Isiah "Juice" Williams is a really intriguing prospect. Through four years at Illinois, he hasn't shown a consistent ability to throw the ball accurately. Because of this, he likely won't be playing quarterback at the professional level. On the other hand, he's too gifted athletically to not be drafted; so the big question becomes what position do scouts see him playing? Williams is a big, physical player with great speed and great arm strength. He has played in 44 games at Illinois, and thrown for 7368 yards with 48 touchdowns and 42 interceptions. He has also rushed for 2327 yards and 16 touchdowns. Despite these statistics, he might be best suited as a wide receiver in the NFL. He'd be a big receiver who could shield defensive backs with his body. It might take a few seasons to teach him to run proper routes, but he offers you a wildcat quarterback option until he develops. Whether or not Williams is willing to work out at other positions will go a long way to determining where he will be drafted.

Posted by:
rhys.pepino 12/07/09 06:00 PM
Prediction: 6th Round

There is no way you can draft a guy in the first round who isn't even expected to be a QB in the NFL. He could be drafted late and be a wildcat quarterback in the NFL.

Posted by:
osubuckeyes14 12/10/09 06:42 PM
Prediction: 1st Round

he'll come in the league as an undrafted Free Agent

Posted by:
Senaca 03/04/10 02:56 PM
Prediction: 7th Round

possible 3rd string

Posted by:
davidbuskirk 03/06/10 05:01 PM
Prediction: Undrafted

What is wrong with you people. Juice has almost no shot to get drafted and a slightly better chance of getting past the first round of cuts in training camp with whoever calls him after the draft. A fun college QB to watch, he isn't... well your welcome to your opinion and while I doubt he;ll make it, he does have a shot if he gives it all he got.

Posted by:
jnols 04/16/10 05:37 PM

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