About halfway through the fourth round, I noticed that Milton Williams was still on the board with the Seahawks and Browns coming up that both needed defensive tackles. Because of that, I offered the Los Angeles Chargers a trade that they accepted to move up 15 picks.
They accepted the No. 133 and No. 255 for No. 118.
Milton Williams is a versatile interior lineman that can virtually play every position on the line. His toughness and skill level can realistically match any interior lineman in this draft class. Williams can have an immediate impact on the black and gold.
Williams played three seasons at Louisiana Tech University. His freshman year was very uneventful only seeing three games of action all year. He took his talents to the next level in his sophomore and junior year in college.
In those years, he combined for 104 tackles, 19.0 tackles for a loss, 10.0 sacks, and three fumble recoveries. He ranked No. 6 in sacks and No. 3 in his conference in tackles for a loss in 2020. He would be a very welcomed addition to the black and gold despite what the team had to give up.