RSP Film Room No.40: TE Maxx Williams

Do not adjust your monitors, the RSP Film Room is featuring a tight end. Photo by GoMBlog.

Do not adjust your monitors, the RSP Film Room is featuring a tight end. Photo by GoMBlog.

The RSP Film Room has studied 39 prospects and not a tight end among them. Kyle Crabbs of visits the film room to put that streak to an end. We break down Maxx Williams with looks at the Iowa and Missouri games on

Notes from the Film Room:

  • A player’s “frame” and what we’re looking at to determine if more weight can be added to the player?
  • Blocking on an island: Things we’re seeking from a blocker to do effective work one-on-one in space.
  • Fluid, integrated processing of tasks: What Williams has in common with most NFL-caliber prospects we project as future starters.
  • Anatomy of a good punch: does Williams have it?
  • Stem work on intermediate and deep routes.
  • Stick route and speed routes, which one Williams does best?
  • The subtle difference why Williams has power as an open field runner, but he’s not a powerful open field runner.
  • Williams’ fit in the NFL 1-3 years out.

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