Originally posted by CorvaNinerFan:
It depends on who's available...I still can't figure out why so many fans are still on the Trent Williams bandwagon. He's slow, only plays RT well...all the other top OT's can play LT and are more agile. For those who say, RT is the spot Singletary wants to fill, that's only partly right. He'd expect any OT taken to have the ability to play both positions, and that's where Williams falls short. Even Charles Brown would be a better pick...he's very agile, plays both positions, and is adept at zone blocking, which Coach Solari is implementing this off-season. FWIW, both Singletary and Mac have said it's not a given that Pashos goes to the 'Skins just because Foerster went there. They want to re-sign him.
He's not slow for sure as his Combine drills will attest and most of the issues seem to stem from consistency within in one position. He had troubles in the beginning of the season, but matured and played better toward the end at LT.
If Williams and Spiller are there at #13, I think the brass would have Williams a bit higher on their board with talent + need formula. If Williams, Davis and Campbell are there, then there is a slight chance we take Spiller first as two of those three could make it to #17.
IMO, Williams just solidified his place in the top 10 this weekend.