3 Reasons why Jameson Williams is a perfect fit for the Buffalo Bills
By Theo Bachman
If it weren’t for his injury he could very well be considered the best wide receiver in the draft
Jameson Williams was one of the best wide receivers in college football. A successful transition to the NFL is more than conceivable as he comes out of one of college football’s best programs, having played in the best conference. It is likely that if Williams hadn’t suffered a torn ACL in the National Championship game, Jameson would be a lock to go in the first 15 picks of the draft. If he were physically able to do so, Williams likely would’ve run a blazing 40-yard dash and improved his stock even further at the NFL Scouting Combine and the Alabama Pro Day.
The Bills are perhaps one piece away from finally capturing a Lombardi trophy. If arguably the most talented wideout in the draft slips to them at #25, they should take full advantage. If they don’t, they could be paying for it, as the Kansas City Chiefs hold the 29th and 30th overall pick and will likely have wide receiver atop their list of needs after trading away Tyreek Hill.