Caleb Williams reveals Aaron Rodgers is his favorite player of all-time ahead of legend Tom Brady in second… with expectations high for the projected top pick of this year’s NFL Draft

Caleb Williams has revealed that Aaron Rodgers is his favorite NFL player of all time, while naming Tom Brady as his second favorite in a new video.

Williams, the presumptive No. 1 pick in next month’s NFL Draft, attended the NFL Combine last week with other prospects.

And speak to the NFL’s Official X Account from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis – where the Combine is being held – Williams revealed that the Jets’ Rodgers is the player he most models his game after.

The former Green Bay pass rusher missed virtually the entire 2023 season after tearing his Achilles tendon just minutes into his Jets debut in Week 1.

Williams, a former star quarterback at USC, has the third-highest draft grade of — behind only trustees Malik Nabers and Marvin Harrison Jr. from LSU and Ohio State, respectively.

Caleb Williams smiled as he revealed Aaron Rodgers was his favorite player ever

Aaron Rodgers

Tom Brady

Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady were listed as Williams’ favorite and second-favorite players

Williams is rated as a “year 1 starter” on the site.

For the 22-year-old, it is more a matter of where he will play rather than where he will be called up.

The Bears own the No. 1 pick, but also have quarterback Justin Fields on the roster, whom they selected with the 11th overall pick just three years ago. Therefore, they might decide to trade back.

According to CBS SportsWilliams met last week – in addition to the Bears – with the Commanders, Raiders, Vikings, Falcons, Patriots, Jets and Giants.

As first reported by the outlet, he decided to decline the typical medical exams given to participants at the NFL combine, and also “didn’t opt ​​out” of sharing his medical records with all 32 teams .

He is believed to be the first person to decline the physical examination at the combine.

Williams had also previously declined to participate in on-field practices related to the combine, but will work out for teams at USC’s pro day on March 20.