Appearances aside, there's no disguising that last season, Tampa WR Mike Williams, 25, didn't look like the player he was in 2010, when the fourth-round draft pick from Syracuse led rookies with 11 touchdown receptions. He caught 65 passes, the same as his rookie year, but for 771 yards, 193 fewer, and three touchdowns.
Bucs receivers coach P.J. Fleck said he expects Williams to bounce back.
"The first words I think about with Mike is his transformation and commitment," Fleck said. "That has a lot to do with (the arrival of free agent receiver) Vincent Jackson. It has a lot to do with him wanting to be great."
Williams is lasting deep into drafts and is definitely worth a flier in hopes he gets back to his rookie form. He ranks just 54th on our receiver list. He likely won't be the number-one guy with Vincent Jackson on board, but that may help him in the end.