There are a number of directions the Las Vegas Raiders could go with this selection.
If Mike Mayock is still the man in charge of things, we know how much he’s loved the Clemson program in recent years.
Andrew Booth Jr. has really come along this season as many expected he might, and he’s proven he could be the next in a growing line of stellar cornerback prospects coming out of that Clemson program.
Booth has tremendous ball skills and would be a game-changer for the Raiders’ defense.
The former Ohio State transfer had just 15 receptions coming into this season with the Buckeyes, but he has exploded in the Alabama offense.
On 68 receptions this season, Williams is averaging a staggering 21.3 yards per reception and he’s already got 15 touchdowns going into the College Football Playoff.
Here he returns to the state of Ohio, which no longer includes Odell Beckham Jr.
The Browns need a true go-to, number one receiver in their offense and Williams could be it.