1. Greedy Williams, LSU
6-2, 185: Andraez Williams isn’t your normal top corner.
He’s tall, thin, and he’s not really the type you’d put on an island to let him erase an opposing No. 1 target. He’s not going to tackle anyone with any pop, and he’s going to be shoved around by the bigger receivers. However …
The guy can move.
A terrific athlete with great ball skills, he’ll attack the ball and make a whole slew of big plays – he picked off eight passes and broke up 19 in his career. His length is a problem for the smaller receiver, and he’s able to make up for his mistakes with his 4.3 speed.
No, he’s not the perfect corner prospect, but he’s a proven baller who showed that he’s more than athletic enough in the offseason workouts, looking as silky as he was in games. Throw in the smarts and the fight to get after the ball, and he’s the top corner.
Projected Round: First
Real Value: First