ANALYSIS: When you first see Justin Williams, you can't believe that a player that thin can bang down low with the biggest bodies in college basketball. Then the game starts and he starts throwing their shots into the stands like the second coming of Theo Ratliff, which is pretty much what he is. Like Ratliff, who came into the NBA with a very low profile in 1995, Williams was not much of a scorer in college, getting most of his opportunities around the basket on dunks and putbacks. Lately, he has displayed a decent face-up game out to about 18 feet. Williams is an excellent rebounder because he has excellent leaping ability and the wingspan of a seven-footer. But what makes Williams really special as a shotblocker is that he seldom responds to head fakes. He can get up so quickly that he normally will stay on the floor and not jump until the offensive player has already committed to the jump. Then, he springs off the floor quickly and rejects another shot. At the NBA Pre-Draft Camp, Williams recorded eight blocks in one game. During his senior season, he averaged 5.4 blocks per game, second in the nation.