If the Chicago Bears are looking for a complimentary back in the mid-round there may be no one better than Trayveon Williams. Trayveon Williams is a bit undersized and is not going to be considered a power back.
However, that is what you signed Mike Davis for. Trayveon Williams brings big plays and passing game value.
Trayveon Williams averaged six yards per carry in the SEC. He ranked 11th in breakaway rate according to Pro Football Focus and was a clear big play threat.
Trayveon Williams was not only explosive as a runner, but also in the passing game. He got work as a receiver but was also underrated as a pass blocker for his size. In this area, he can stay on the field for any situation.
Trayveon Williams does not have the lateral agility of a player like Tarik Cohen. However, he has a downhill burst that can contrast the lateral agility of Cohen to form a more dependable backfield. If the Bears add the explosive plays of Williams in round four or later, it would not be frowned upon.