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Draft Scout Ishaq Williams News
07/24/14 - Other Notre Dame prospects to watch in 2014: OLB/DE Ishaq Williams...A limited but dependable contributor thus far with only one start in 35 career games due to a surplus of defensive studs in South Bend in recent years. Williams is big, athletic, flashes natural ability as a rusher, and possesses impressive movement skills for his size. He makes the move to 4-3 DE from OLB now, and with the starting spot his for the taking, can he be disruptive enough as a senior to show up on the radar of NFL scouts? - Derek Stephens, NFLDraftScout.com
07/22/12 - 2012 ALL-BREAKTHROUGH TEAM, DEFENSE: End - Ishaq Williams, Notre Dame...Of the three blue-chip defensive ends that headlined Notre Dame's 2011 recruiting class, Williams was arguably the most hyped, and easily the least productive as a freshman: Where classmates Aaron Lynch and Stephon Tuitt immediately worked their way into the regular rotation – and, in Lynch's case, onto a few postseason awards lists – Ishaq collected just six tackles in spot duty, prompting a postseason retreat to his home in Brooklyn, N.Y., to reconsider his future. By April, though, it was Lynch who had decided to transfer, taking his talents to South Florida, and Williams who was beginning to look like the up-and-comer after recommitting himself to the Irishover the winter. The latter spent much of spring practice filling in for injured senior Prince Shembo at "Cat" (the hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker position in Notre Dame's 3-4 scheme), finishing with an interception and a fumble recovery in the spring game and likely playing his way into a starting role opposite Shembo in the process. - Matt Hinton, CBSSports.com