This week, the NFL Player’s Association is holding its annual Rookie Premiere event in Los Angeles. Forty of the NFL’s top rookies were in attendance at the three-day event, which began on Thursday and concludes Saturday.
By “forty top rookies,” of course, we mean “forty top draft picks at the glamorous offensive positions.” After all, a typical Rookie Premiere roster consists almost exclusively of quarterbacks, wide receivers, tight ends, and running backs, with a few top defensive players added in. In fact, the 2017 event was limited exclusively to those positions.
The Green Bay Packers had one representative at the event this year, fourth-round pick Jamaal Williams out of BYU. Williams has been active and making numerous appearances on social media over the past few days during the Premiere, which saw his jersey put on display and a Hollywood-style star produced for each participant:
One of Williams’ skills off the football field, however, is his dance moves. Williams has been showing off in front of the cameras, both in and out of uniform. Check out some of the video clips from the Premiere below.
Looking good, Jamaal!