Vince Williams, photo courtesy behindthesteelcurtain.com
The two most famous sixth round draft picks in recent NFL history are Tom Brady and Terrell Davis. Combined, the two have five Super Bowl rings and while I certainly don’t want Brady to get any more, I can’t deny his success as a pro quarterback.
I definitely don’t have those types of expectations for Vince Williams, but that doesn’t mean I can’t expect big things from one of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ sixth round selections in this past April’s draft.Williams enters the 2013 Steelers’ training camp with a great chance to make the roster at inside linebacker.
Whether the Steelers and linebackers coach Kevin Butler choose to play him at the ‘mack’ or ‘buck’ position is not 100% certain yet, but with a lack of depth at the inside backer positions, Williams could find his way onto the roster.
Williams started all 13 games last season for Florida State and helped the Seminoles’ defense lead the nation in limiting the opponents’