Williams is a superb athlete that broke out last season to become one of the top receivers in the Pac-12. He earned All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention as a sophomore last season after recording 77 catches for 878 yards and six touchdowns. Williams even played every game as a freshman, catching six touchdowns as well. This dynamic playmaker burst into the national spotlight in an upset win over a vaunted Stanford defense. He was dominant with 10 receptions, 129 yards, and a touchdown, including the game winner. With QB Keith Price returning for the Huskies, Williams could put up huge numbers in 2013.

At 6'2", 216lbs, Williams has the size, strength, and hands to be a fantastic NFL possession receiver. He catches anything thrown near him, and his elite leaping ability allows him to go up and come down with the football. Overall, Williams is a sensational athlete with the skills to dominate at times. He must try to improve his speed in order to become a complete receiver. Yet, he remains a great red zone threat and he can move the chains on third down. Look for him to entrench himself as one of the premier wide outs in this year's draft class.