Chargers grab Clemson WR Mike Williams with 1st pick in LA

Posted April 30, 2017

Mike Williams is heading to Hollywood.

"But just by glancing up there right now I think we're in pretty good shape".

As far as moving up or moving down in the first round, Telesco said the Chargers talked with some teams but did not see a scenario with them trading up in the draft.

The AFC West was among the most interesting in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, starting with the Los Angeles Chargers at the 7th overall spot.

Williams' biggest value comes in the red zone, where he consistently wins contested catches and takes advantage of his size and length. Williams' senior season followed an abbreviated season that saw him catch a 4-yard touchdown pass before colliding with a goal post and suffering a fractured neck.

The 6-foot-4 Williams had 1,361 yards receiving last season, third in school history behind current National Football League standouts Sammy Watkins (1,464) and DeAndre Hopkins (1,405).

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"Mike is you know our relationship is very very tough, it's very strong and we're very close especially this past year", Watson said at the NFL Scouting Combine. "It's going to be really exciting to learn and play with him". "That's a lot to give up to go get him, but they had to do something".

Like Floyd and Jackson, Williams has the speed to get defensive backs on their heels and the physique to wrestle away the 50-50 balls that Rivers often thrives on.

"Probably just work ethic, seeing him every day competing in practice", Williams said at the Combine.

Williams bounced back in a big way from a season-ending injury in the 2015 opener, finishing his career as one of Clemson's most decorated wide receivers in history.

Look for Williams to start immediately as a terrific compliment to the oft-injured Keenan Allen, getting a boatload of targets.