Per Justin Melo of The Draft Wire, the Rams have met with former Michigan State defensive tackle Raequan Williams.
You can definitely tell it’s been fairly recent given that the meeting was specifically noted to have taken place over FaceTime, one of the more popular platforms for video calls.
Michigan State DL Raequan Williams has held pre-draft FaceTime meetings with the #Patriots, #Eagles, #Falcons, #Rams & #Bills lately.— Justin M (@JustinM_NFL) March 26, 2020
With the recent news of Michael Brockers returning to L.A., it’s now less likely they commit an early pick to the defensive line but Williams would still be a high-upside pick on day three. The Chicago, Illinois-native started the final 42 games of his career at nose tackle which was longest streak for any player under former Head Coach Mike Dantonio.
In his final season with the Spartans, Williams totaled 48 tackles, 7.5 tackles-for-loss, and five sacks with two pass deflections and a forced fumble. He ended his MSU career with 157 total tackles, 29 tackles-for-loss, 11.5 sacks, eight pass deflections, and three forced fumbles.