Milton Williams - 3-4 DE - Louisiana Tech From PFF: Williams was a PFF darling this past season, notching 88.0-plus grades as both a run defender and a pass rusher — the only player at the position to do so. With no NFL scouting combine this year due to COVID-19, Williams was forced to rely on a mock combine run by athletic training company EXOS. He subsequently put up ridiculous numbers that people had a hard time believing. So, Williams went ahead and tested again at Louisiana Tech’s Pro Day and recorded the following results (percentiles are historical at the position): Height: 6-foot-3 (50th percentile) Weight: 284 pounds (17th) Arm: 31 1/2 inches (5th) Vertical: 38.5 inches (99th) Broad jump: 121 inches (97th) Bench: 34 reps (91st) 40-yard: 4.62 seconds (99th) Short shuttle: 4.25 seconds (97th) Three-cone: 6.87 seconds (100th) Among all 280-plus-pound defensive linemen at the NFL scouting combine in the past 20 years, Williams' 40-yard dash and three-cone times would rank as the best on record and his vertical would rank second-best. A year ago, Williams wasn’t even in the draft conversation. After the 2020 season, it looked like he could be a good pick in the middle of Day 3. Now, he could be the second interior defensive linemen off the board in the late second or early third round. It’s safe to buy into the hype with Williams.