2011 NFL Draft Results: Patriots Take Malcolm Williams At No. 219

Malcolm Williams, a 5'11", 200-pound cornerback from TCU, has been drafted by the New England Patriots with the No. 219 pick (16th pick in the seventh round) in the 2011 NFL Draft on Saturday afternoon at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

Williams, who was the second player from TCU the Patriots have drafted this year, ran a 4.47 40-yard dash and can also contribute on special teams.

There are still quite a few more picks left in the 2011 NFL Draft, but not for the Patriots, who wrapped up their draft when they selected Williams with their final selection.

New England drafted Nate Solder in the first round, Ras-I Dowling and Shane Vereen in the second round, Stevan Ridley and Ryan Mallett in the third round and Marcus Cannon, Lee Smith, Markell Carter and Williams on the draft's third and final day.

For more on the New England Patriots and their draft, head over to Pats Pulpit. And for all things 2011 NFL Draft related, from the first pick to Mr. Irrelevant and everything in between, check out SB Nation's 2011 NFL Draft Hub and our NFL Draft blog, Mocking The Draft.

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