Just a quick description on my process. I don't follow college players or teams but just ever so often. This past year I didn't at all. So for me when I go to evaluate these players I have no biases, or preformed thoughts. I only watch film, and listen to accounts about the players personality on and off the field. So here are my 1 sentesnce findings on each of these players, and a NFL comparison of each. Williams He only has one knock and that's only playing at a high level for one year, but he is a true technician that makes his powerful body do exactly what he wants it to and knows how and when to do it. Comp: Aaron Donald Bosa I like the tools that Bosa has in his bad that he can deploy at a moment's notice when trying to get to the QB, his issue is the lack of freak athleticism and the length to get into the chest of a OL before they can engage him. Comp: Joey Bosa Allen Physically he is everything that Bosa is not but he doesn't have 1/4 of the learned skills and techniques that Bosa has mastered. Comp: DeMarcus Lawrence In conclusion, I feel like Bosa could be the safest option if pass rush is the primary goal among the 3 as he is the most polished ready to go player of the 3, but he is also the most limited to progress. Allen could be an absolute world-beater but for right now he can only effectively bend coming off the edge, which is a great trick to have if it's the only one you've got but as starting QBs become more mobile multiple paths to the QB are a necessity. However, he might possibly have the highest ceiling of the 3. To me I think Williams offers the most value. He is ready to play now and his upside could be Aaron Donald. While I wouldn't make the claim that he will be a generational talent that Donald is, merely having a chance to be that is very tempting. Especially when your floor with him is likely Geno Atkins. The downside is if you draft him in hopes of being your pass rusher and he can't consistently beat the double team.