In this episode former Mississippi State Bulldog now Future NFL Offensive Lineman Darryl Williams talks about his Journey being a versatile offensive lineman from the state of Alabama. He played all five positions on the line during his career at Bessemer High School One of several MSU players ranked in the ESPN300 (No. 245). A four-star prospect ranked the 10th-highest in the state of Alabama by ESPN.com. He talks about what inspiration he received from his mother growing up and how determined he is to be successful in the NFL. An elite, versatile offensive lineman who was an unquestioned team leader during his career. Three-year starter who played in 45 games with 38 starts (25 at left guard, 13 at center), Voted one of five team captains for the 2019 season. Moved from left guard to center during spring ball prior to senior year, replacing second-round NFL Draft pick and All-American Elgton Jenkins. In three seasons as a starter, played 2,246 snaps (1,449 at left guard, 797 at center) and allowed just two sacks across 1,031 snaps in pass protection, according to Pro Football.