His prodigious talent and work ethic may make him the best receiver to enter the NFL in 2017
“With Mike Williams, if there’s only one (defender) on him, he’s open,” Clemson coach Dabo Swinney told reporters at his school’s pro day. “If there’s two, they better be real Cheap Jerseys MLB China tight on him. He’s a handful and definitely NFL ready.”
Williams came back from a career-threatening injury to develop into one of college football’s strongest wide receivers. While he had plenty of competition at the top of draft boards from players like John Ross and Corey Davis, his track record of elite performances against elite defenses — including several players who will hear their names called in Philadelphia this week — made him a unique commodity in 2017.
The Chargers understood that value. They’ll pair him with Keenan Allen and Tyrell Williams to form a strong trio of weapons for Philip Rivers, while allowing Travis Benjamin to slide back Rg3 Cheap Jerseys into a more natural slot position.
In 2016, Marcus Maye went from All-American to afterthought. Now, the former Florida safety will have to prove himself all over again in the NFL.
The New York Jets made him their second-round pick, snapping up the hard-hitting defensive back with the 39th pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, and pairing him with first-round pick Jamal Adams.
Maye had been projected to be a mid-round pick after a broken arm ended his 2016 season in mid-November. While he’s proven he has the talent to make plays at the next level, he’ll have be in a young secondary and expected to play alongside another rookie.