2015 NFL Draft: Top 25 Final Big Board

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Feb 22, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Southern California Trojans defensive lineman Leonard Williams goes through a workout drill during the 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

2. Leonard Williams, DE (USC)

Leonard Williams is the second best player in the draft, and the best player that isn’t a quarterback (Spoiler alert). Williams is a defensive end who can dominate in any defensive system.

Williams has the power, frame and length that makes him perfect for the 3-4 defensive end role. Williams has the quickness and speed to be a dominating pass rusher off the edge in the 4-3 defense. He can even play defensive tackle, there is nothing Williams can’t do.

Williams is a combination of J.J. Watt and Richard Seymour. I compared him to two all time greats for a reason; Leonard Williams is that good.

Williams should be the first defensive player selected because he can do anything on the defensive line.

Next: 1. Marcus Mariota, QB (Oregon)