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Mike Williams (W / Clemson)

Mike Williams will enter the NFL Draft, ESPN.com reports.


After posting 1,361 yards and 11 touchdowns in Clemson's National Championship-winning campaign, Williams heads into the draft as a likely first-round pick and a candidate to go first at the position. With Williams and Artavis Scott no longer at Clemson, Deon Cain and Ray Ray McCloud should see more snaps in 2017.

Recent Stats

Week Opp TD Pass Int Rush Rec Yds 2Pt TO Total
Season                   292
16 6 0 0 0 14 18 0 0 38
14 @ Virginia Tech 5 5 10
13 vs South Carolina 18 6 10 34
12 @ Wake Forest 6 6 5 17
11 vs Pittsburgh 6 15 20 41

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Mike Williams had five catches for 57 yards Saturday against Virginia Tech.


The outing snapped a four-game scoring streak for Williams, and represented his third-lowest output of the season yardage wise. He's going to be the focal point of the Ohio State defense in the playoff semi-final, but there's little reason to give pause when drafting Williams in a bowl pool. He remains one of the nation's elite.

Mike Williams caught six passes for 100 yards and three touchdowns Saturday against South Carolina.


Williams dominated physically, making a tremendous catch high pointing the ball early for a score, then lowering his shoulder and carrying defenders in for another score later in the contest. Williams' regular season ends with career best totals of 79 catches, 1,114 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Mike Williams caught six passes for 58 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Wake Forest.


Williams now has a career-high seven touchdowns, and crossed the 1,000 yard threshold, giving him a great shot at besting the 1,030 yards he posted two seasons ago. All of his scores have come over the past eight games, and he's going to be highly involved in the team's plan during Rivalry Week against South Carolina.

Mike Williams caught 15 passes for 202 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Pittsburgh.


It certainly helped that Clemson couldn't run the ball, and thus threw 70 passes. But Williams is surging down the stretch, having scored in six of the last seven games while topping 100 yards in three of the last four. He needs 75 yards and a touchdown to post career-highs in both categories.