Packers draft BYU running back Jamaal Williams
The Green Bay Packers selected Brigham Young University running back Jamaal Williams with the 134th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
Williams appeared in only 17 games over his final two years at BYU due to knee and ankle injuries, but he still led them in rushing all four years he was there. Williams didn't have a very good Combine and he was suspended from the Cougars for violating team rules as an upperclassman. He could have a two-down role in the NFL with the Packers.
In four years at BYU, Williams rushed for 3,901 yards over 726 rushing attempts with 35 touchdowns. He added 567 yards on 60 receptions and another touchdown through the air from 2012-2016.
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