Terrance Williams has good speed, size, plays physical and he can stretch the field. He led the nation in receiving yard per game – 147 ypg. He’ll showcase 4.4 speed at the combine.
Williams will have to learn to run a full route tree but this season he added slants and digs to his deep ball prowess. He’ll need to play hard every play, not just when he’s the primary target and learn to catch the ball with his hands. He lets too many balls get into his body which he won’t be able to get away with at the NFL level. He still needs work on his shallow and intermediate routes as his speed does not translate when he runs them.
He could play either the X (split end) or Z (slot) receiver position but no matter where he lines up he’ll be a solid red zone threat. He could go in the second or third round of the NFL Draft.
In dynasty drafts he’s a late first or more likely a second round selection. In redraft leagues his landing spot will determine his value. At this point he could be someone that emerges later in the year but I’d leave him on the waiver wire during drafts because of his learning curve.