"I would say that, based on previous years, sometimes it's taking a chance when you take a quarterback. You never know what you're going to get," Williams said, making his pitch to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans and others. "I would say that I'm going to bring the disruption, I'm going to bring that physicalness, I'm going to get to the quarterback and get some sacks."
NFL Media analysts believe Williams won't fall past the Jacksonville Jaguars with the No. 3 overall pick, but there's always a chance a draft-day slide occurs. While Williams, who was raised in Florida, would prefer to be putting on a Buccaneers jersey and becoming the No. 1 overall pick, he said he's OK if the fall isn't too far and he winds up with the Oakland Raiders.
That could become a reality in a few months via trade, but if Williams winds up impressing like many expect at Lucas Oil Stadium during drills Sunday, he's more likely to be asking around for real estate agents in Tampa Bay or Nashville.