The Alabama Crimson Tide have been producing top notch defensive tackles in the NFL Draft in recent years and Jesse Williams looks to be the next. Originally from Australia, Williams has great athleticism for an athlete his size. At his pro day, he ran the 40 time between 4.93-4.95 seconds and put up 225 lbs. on the bench 30 times. His most impressive drill might have been posting...
#54 Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama
HGT: 6-3 WGT: 323
Jesse Williams is one of the more recognizable former members of the Alabama Crimson Tide. Originally from Australia, Williams came to Alabama via Arizona Western Junior College in the spring of 2011. As a Junior in 2011, Williams started all 13 games and helped Alabama win a BCS title. In 2012 Williams started 12 games (missed...
DT Jesse Williams out of Alabama is a player the 49ers could target at No. 31. With Justin Smith getting older and Ricky Jean-Francois and Isaac Sopoaga free agents, Williams is a perfect player to take over the defensive line for years to come. Click the tabs to see the profile from CBS Sports and NFL.com
The NFL is about on-field production, not what players can do in the weight room. Although, the NFL combine is used to gauge the speed, strength and agility of future prospects, so it’s no wonder that one big-time prospect is aiming to break the combine’s longstanding bench press record this year.
Alabama defensive lineman Jesse Williams, who projects as a first- or second-round...
Jesse Williams could be No. 2 Alabama's new Terrence Cody.
Like Cody, Williams is a massive, colorful and popular noseguard from the junior college ranks charged with plugging the middle of the Crimson Tide's defensive line and monopolizing multiple blockers.
The heavily tattooed Australian is filling the role that turned Cody into a college football celebrity at a position...
Via AP on Fox
August 23, 2012
There's no question the Crimson Tide has been working long hours in the weight room this summer. Exhibit A: Jesse Williams bench-pressed 600 lbs. last week and said he could have done more.
Alabama Crimson Tide defensive tackle Jesse Williams caused quite a stir when he reportedly bench pressed 600 pounds.
Check out the photo.
The 320-pound lineman from Australia blew up Twitter with his achievement.
Already recognized as one of the SEC’s top defensive ends and an NFL prospect, Alabama senior Jesse Williams had a rather interesting spring and renewed acquaintances with a practice rival at the same time. Williams, an athletic 6-4, 300-pounder, moved inside to nose guard this spring after the departure of veterans Josh Chapman and Nick Gentry.
Australian Jesse Williams was delighted to receive a scholarship to be part of a traditional powerhouse program like Alabama. After winning the 2012 Allstate BCS National Championship, those emotions have been surpassed.
The many faces of Jesse Williams. Alabama students and others around the Tuscaloosa campus area began to recognize Jesse Williams without much trouble soon after he arrived from Western Arizona Community College last winter.