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The class of wide receivers in the 2017 draft is without a doubt talented, but there is a lot of debate about how the top 5-10 players in the group should be ranked. One of those guys has a familiar name for a wide receiver but is in fact his own “Mike Williams.” A four-star recruit in the 2013 high school class, Williams chose Clemson over Alabama, Notre Dame, and South Carolina. Getting to learn from future NFL wideouts Sammy Watkins and Martavis Bryant during his freshman year, Williams stepped into a lead role in 2014, making back-to-back national title game appearances, including a championship this past January.
Playing against Alabama (again) in the 2016 national championship, Williams showed he was a physical receiver and that he does a great job of fighting and winning those contested 50/50 balls. At Clemson, his reputation grew with highlight reel catch after …
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