1. Mike Williams – Clemson
The obvious number one receiver in the NFL Draft, Mike Williams had a great year for Clemson in 2016, finishing the year with 98 catches for 1,361 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Unfortunately, quarterback Deshaun Watson struggled a bit with his accuracy on the deep ball, which prevented Williams from some even bigger numbers on the year.
Williams is a big target at 6’4″, 218 pounds. He’s exceptionally good at bringing in contested balls, which makes him an incredible red zone threat, especially with his size.
Overall, Williams’ only weakness has been his tendency to drop balls on occasion, and if he can work on that, he could be a stud in the NFL. If somehow Williams falls to the Ravens at the 16th pick, it’d be hard for them to pass up on him.