http://dallascowboystimes.com/2011/...l-draft-pick-in-2011-aaron-williams-cb-texas/ Scouting Report At 6’1”, Williams has great length for the cornerback position. He turns and runs pretty well (although not at an elite level), displaying above average hips. At just 189 pounds, he has some room for growth. His long arms allow him to play press coverage, but he could improve after adding some bulk. Williams’ make-up speed is very good. This allows him to be aggressive right off the snap, as he’s able to quickly get back in position if he slips up in his press. Williams really excels when playing up in a receiver’s face and shadowing him around the field. He struggles a bit in off-coverage, taking a bit too long to come out of his backpedal and break on the football (at times). His skill set is actually perfect for a Rob Ryan defense that figures to blitz plenty (and thus leave the secondary in man coverage). In the run game, Williams doesn’t fight off of blocks well. He’s not immune to contact, but he doesn’t possess the same ultra-aggressive mentality of Miami’s Brandon Harris (who is just six pounds heavier than Williams). Williams’ poor tackling form could be detrimental for a team that already struggles to tackle in the secondary.