FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) Leonard Williams spent some uncomfortable days in the film room at Southern California - even after he had some huge performances.
Ed Orgeron, the Trojans' defensive line coach at the time, would usually gloss over all of the sacks and tackles for loss. Instead, he would get on Williams for some of the few mistakes he made.
"In the beginning, it was kind of hard for me to think that way, like, `Why is he only pointing out the bad plays?'" Williams recalled Friday. "But then I realized it's only because he wants me to play the best that I can. If he's just going to keep praising me, I'm just going to stay average or just decent. If I keep working on what I can get better at, I'm just going to keep growing."