OSU football: Rodarius Williams opts to prepare for NFL Draft
STILLWATER — Like his teammates Teven Jenkins and Chuba Hubbard before him, Oklahoma State cornerback Rodarius Williams says he has decided to focus his football efforts on preparing for the NFL Draft.
Williams made the announcement on Twitter on Monday.
“Playing in the NFL has always been a goal of mine and after long and careful thinking with the family, we as a whole have decided it’s best I prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft,” he wrote.
Williams, a fifth-year senior, had his string of 48 consecutive starts snapped when he missed Saturday’s game at Baylor because of injury.
Williams had a stellar senior campaign that should pay off in the draft. In nine games, the receiver Williams was covering was targeted 21 times, according to Pro Football Focus analytics. Williams allowed only nine completions for 148 yards, while breaking up seven passes.
The Cowboys will learn their bowl destination on Sunday.