Brian Williams - Despite never getting into shape at any point in his four year Tennessee career, and being arrested and suspended as an upper classmen, and being witness to his team's/program's spectacular implosion as a senior, Williams still did some good things. All the meat on his bones makes him a pretty immovable load on the interior, which translates to great rebounding, particularly offensively. Williams grabbed 7.4 boards in only 23 minutes per game as a senior, 3.2 of which were offensive. It also meant constant foul problems - Williams only played 23 minutes per game because he fouled 3.2 times in that time, unable to defend the perimeter, and outquicked even by other bigs. Further to that, Williams takes some jumpers without being much of a shooter, can't hit a foul shot, and finishes rather than creates around the basket. His effort was inconsistent - it's often too easy to confuse yelling after big plays with effort - and his conditioning was consistently unacceptable, even if he did manage to drop from 400 to 300lbs.
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