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Teams and fans want to know as much as possible about draft prospects. I joined them in this quest and caught up with the people who know the most about these players, their coaches.
Player: Maxx Williams
Position: Tight End
Coach: Rob Reeves
What are Maxx’s three key strengths?
“I think number one is that he is probably one of the most well-rounded tight ends in this year’s draft. Without a doubt his ball skills are phenomenal, he is tremendous in tracking the ball and making big plays when the ball is in the air.
I think being versatile is also one of his strengths: he can play on the line of scrimmage, he can play off and he also has great blocking skills. I also think the fact that he has good ball skills and the ability to play physical at the line of scrimmage make him a valuable tight end in this year’s draft.
Also, he just turned 21 years old, there are still ways to go for him in terms of his body, he is not a finished product yet. He weighs in around 250-255, but I think he can still add another 10 lbs. He is going to get stronger and develop as an athlete. Knowing that his best days are still ahead of him, makes him pretty attractive too.”