I think that he has done much more than dispel concerns about his ability to compete.
"After shining during Senior Bowl week, Missouri Southern DT Brandon Williams is reportedly being discussed as a potential second-round pick."
"Ex-NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah cited Williams' "surprisingly nimble footwork" as a selling point for the massive, 6-foot-2, 341-pound small-school prospect. It's always a big plus when big fellas can move well at their maximum weight. Williams' college coach obviously has a horse in the race, but he's publicly compared the defensive tackle to Seahawks Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy." Jan. 24 - 2:40 pm et
MOBILE— "Scouts at the Senior Bowl gathered around Brandon Williams following Wednesday's morning practice. They found themselves asking: Who is this kid from Missouri Southern that couldn't be blocked?"
"Following practice, scouts flocked to Brandon Williams to ask the requisite questions: Did you miss any games? Do you have any arrests? Were you a team captain? The answers were no, no, yes."
What is the strength of your game, a scout asked Brandon Williams?
"Getting off the ball. Quickness and bull-rushing," Williams said.
It's exactly what Williams did best on Wednesday. He beat offensive linemen off the ball and drove them steadily backwards with a bulldozing style of pass rush.