Adding Jameson Williams across the field from Jaylen Waddle would be a potentially dynamic duo. Like his predecessor at Alabama, Williams would bring blazing speed, the kind that won Missouri state championships in track during his high school days. He is an excellent route runner, which is a deadly trait when combined with his quickness. Jameson has been compared to another one of his predecessors, Jerry Jeudy, and may be even more explosive.
While he may not have the same height as some other players on this list, Williams is not necessarily small, standing two inches over six foot. It is rarely an issue, however, as he makes up for any shortcomings with an exceptional set of hands.
But the biggest red flag, and the reason why there could be a potential drop down the draft board in his future, is Williams’ injury that he sustained in the National Championship Game. Early reports are that he is ahead of schedule in his recovery from his torn ACL, but it is still unknown whether or not he will be ready for the start of training camp.
The Miami Dolphins could be wary about adding a receiver with the potential for an injury history after dealing with DeVante Parker recently, but he would be the best player available at a position of need if he were to drop to the 29th spot.