There is much speculation about what Miami will do with their first round selection, as it has been the subject of trade rumors as well. But if Jameson Williams drops to the late-first round window, then look for the Dolphins to swoop him up.
Williams won’t be the first wide receiver to come off of the board. Chris Olave, Treylon Burks, and Drake London figure to be some of the first pass catchers selected, meaning that there is a possibility that Williams isn’t even taken until the second round. He shouldn’t fall past the Dolphins, though. Williams is a speedster who was once a track and field runner and originally started his collegiate career with Ohio State. He was relatively unknown until he made the transfer to Alabama. In his two seasons at Ohio State, Williams amassed a total of 268 yards and 3 touchdowns. In one year with the Crimson Tide, he put up 1,572 yards and 15 scores.
Williams would make a solid compliment to play opposite of Jaylen Waddle, and next to Cedrick Wilson Jr. who can also take the top off of defenses. I personally don’t think that Williams will be available when the Dolphins are on the clock with the 29th pick. But if he is, there shouldn’t be a question about whether they select him.