Former Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams’ length, hands and 4.4-second 40-speed make him a sure first-rounder.
Former Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams’ length, hands and 4.4-second 40-speed make him a sure first-rounder. Chris O'Meara AP
Former Clemson wide receiver Mike Williams’ length, hands and 4.4-second 40-speed make him a sure first-rounder. Chris O'Meara AP

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