Brandon Williams, DT (Missouri Southern State). Most fans probably don't know much about this guy, so here are his particulars: 6'1", 335 pounds.
Williams is a real strong guy, with38 reps of the 225-pound bench press, tied for the highest number at this year's NFL Scouting Combine. Although he played at a small school, he was an All-American for three straight years. He impressed all at the Senior Bowl and Mel Kiper just said, "Brandon Williams can play in the NFL."
Here's what NFL.com says about Williams:
Williams became a three-time All-American as a senior, using a combination of strength and agility not usually seen at the Division II. He doesn't have nearly the same skills as someone like Dontari Poe, but has enough talent to be at least a solid rotational tackle who could stick in the league for a while.
Brandon Williams, Missouri Southern, 6-1, 335, 5.32...In a draft filled with wide-bodied run-stuffers, Williams is perhaps the stoutest. He's built like a chest freezer; nearly as broad as he is tall and erased any concerns about his ability to make the leap from Division II Mid-American Conference to the NFL with an impressive showing at the Senior Bowl. Williams was every bit as dominant at the lower level as you'd expect for a player who might sneak into the second round, earning All-American honors the past three years. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com