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Sean Taylor Makes Holographic Cameo On Sports Science

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In the midst of ESPN Sports Science host John Brenkus getting tossed more than 13 feet by NFL Draft prospect Leonard Williams, you may notice that Sean Taylor is still contributing to the media conglomerate's production costs.

The Redskins safety is spotted briefly during the segment, on top of a holographic dogpile of players to provide some context for Williams' ability to muscle offensive linemen out of his way.

Now, Brenkus doesn't put up much of a fight, nor does he have the strength to do so against someone like Williams, a USC product, who weighs just a little more than 300 pounds.

As a junior, Williams tallied 80 total tackles along with seven sacks and an interception, becoming a dominant force for the Trojans' defense.

Brenkus likens the defensive lineman's impact to the Dolphins' Ndamukong Suh, examining Williams' strength and acceleration in their test workout facility.

If there's a valuable takeaway, it's that Williams is a strong draft prospect and that Sean Taylor continues to remain relevant in a variety of ways. 




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