Of the three drafted running backs, he’s the only one who has taken significant snaps with the No. 1 offense. Williams looks like an every-down back; he has the power needed on first and second down and also can pass protect on third downs.
This is probably putting a scare in Monty owners. But the story went on to say Williams is not the receiver that Montgomery is coming out of the backfield. Still, Monty owners may want to grab Williams in the later rounds if you're looking for a handcuff option.