About this time of the year I begin doing some deeper dives into prospective draft candidates, especially the 1st round selections. Quinnen has been tied to a potential Jets selection since draft order was established. An interesting thing occurred while looking deeper into the research on Williams, normally you begin to uncover all of their flaws and things they will have to work on at the next level. This is just not the case with Williams, he seems to have a nearly perfect set of skills and fundamentals tied into the sized frame with the willingness and motor to get the job done. I won't make the Aaron Donald comparison because I think it's unfair to someone who has never taken a snap in the NFL to compare them to the best defensive player in the NFL. What I will say is there's a strong case to be made to take him at #3. Chiefly among those reasons being the need to NOT miss on any high profile FA's or in this case 1st round selections so that the team can capitalize on the cap mobility of Sam still being on his rookie deal, and Williams might just be the most fool proof player available. Williams also will provide a significant boost to the other Williams, Leo. The combination of the two of them on the line only bolsters the other, while also allowing for a true evaluation of Leo in regards to a deal or if we let him walk we have his replacement already on the roster. Coming off of Wilkerson, Richardson, and Leo all being taken in the 1st round with only moderate success overall from these players, I understand the hesitation and I feel it to. But, it is also much easier to miss on an edge player or them need more time to develop in the case of an Allen or Bosa with all of his injuries as well. Ideally if the team could trade back with the Jaguars, Giants, or Raiders and still be in a position to draft Quinnen would be the most ideal and preferred option. I think a lot of this will come down to if we're able to obtain any form of edge rusher in FA, if we are then this makes even more sense.