Here's a nice tidbit from Scout.com:
Posted by: Chris Steuber, Scout.com
at 02/25/2010 1:28 PM ET
Trent Williams, on Trent Williams
One of the top offensive tackles in the draft, Oklahoma's Trent Williams, stood at the podium today and addressed his athleticism and his desire to play left tackle in the NFL. Williams, who measured in at 6045 (6-4 1/2) and 315 pounds, has played inside and outside on the offensive line during his career; most of his starts coming from right tackle, but he moved to left tackle in 2009 to replace the departing Phil Loadholt.
"I've played left tackle my whole life," Williams said. "It was kind of weird playing on the right side rather than moving to the left side once again.
I just have to prove the doubters wrong and show them that I can play the left side."
As far as where he believes he stands among the top four tackles in the draft, "I'd say that I rank towards the top, not saying that I'm the best, but this is what the Combine is for to help separate the competition."
You mean to tell me that he played LOT all his life, played better at RT when in college, and then cheesed when placed back at his supposedly "natural" position?
Something is not right here. Of course the film will dictate it, but I just don't see him on the left side.