Leonard Williams to Oakland Raiders in 2015 NFL Draft

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Nov 13, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Southern California Trojans defensive end Leonard Williams (94) celebrates with teammates Claude Pelon (90), Scott Felix (47) and linebacker Anthony Sarao (56) after a sack against the California Golden Bears at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Bottom Line

The old veterans on the defensive line didn’t work out so bringing in a freak like Williams with a high motor would work. His motor is higher than many think as he plays with injury and doesn’t get to rest because USC’s scholarship situation leaves them without depth. The Raiders could use his energy as it would spread throughout defensive side of the building just like Carr’s does for the offense.

They call him the next Richard Seymour and it would be a nice for the Raiders to have a young Seymour opposed to the older version the Raiders had.  All the Raiders need is some inside linebackers then Williams comes in and makes this Raiders defense dominant right away. They would be able to go 9-7 with the offense not making any improvements but don’t worry, that won’t happen.

Look for the Raiders to turn it around next year if they pick Williams.