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tech2887

I have Wiiliams at number 3 behind London and Wilson. I'm not holding too much of a grudge on him not playing a lot at Ohio St. Because he absolutely tore it up at Alabama. I think he is more than just a pure burner, he can actually run routes as well. Also not worried about ACL injury. I think he will be a high end number 2 receiver. Goes London, Wilson, Williams, Burks, Olave, Pickens for me.


OutlandishnessDry24

London should be below Burks. One guy does the drills and balled out in the SEC, and the other struggled to break free from PAC 12 corners. The love for London across board makes no sense. I trust Greg Cosell’s assessment on London and these receivers. Wilson, Burks, and Williams are the top 3 receivers. Pickens is better than London as well.


ApartPeanut

I'm sorry but I don't see how you can watch Drake london and claim he struggled in the Pac12. He played 8 games as a true junior In 4 he had over 160 yards In 2 others he had over 130 yards In the 2 games he was under 130 yards, one he came out in the first half with his injury (but had 81 yards and 2 TDs in the first half).


dmac3737

Has Cosell mentioned who he likes the best, did he review tape on Wilson?


My_Diet_DrKelp

For me Jameson is the best receiver & I don't think its close. If he didn't tear his acl he would be the clear favorite in the class


GunnerRecall10

Do you see him as more of a top option on a team like Wilson and London are being billed as?


OutlandishnessDry24

Don’t make mistake of taking London too early. I have pick 1.5 and no way I am taking London even if he falls. He has bust written all over him.


My_Diet_DrKelp

If he were healthy at time of draft theres no question, hes got the best combo of route running & speed. Im not in on the London hype, id prefer Wilson between the two


Latios47

I have Jamo 4th, after both his former teammates and London. He was truly dynamic in the toughest conference, I’m really only knocking him for the injury, not because he couldn’t beat out Wilson/Olave. He seems like a Will Fuller clone with some additional upside.


GunnerRecall10

I’m not sure a Will Fuller clone makes me feel great necessarily about him in fantasy though.


Latios47

Fuller has had a rough go with injuries, but stylistically they both can flip the field and outrun everyone. In Fuller’s last 10 healthy games (90%+ snap share) he’s averaged 18.89 PPR points.


GunnerRecall10

Good call out. I think when you think of Fuller, the perception is just a bit tainted, but he definitely can put up points when on the field. I just think I would like a little more of a complete guy.


Acidiousx

Situational deep threat, better for NFL than fantasy.


GunnerRecall10

What makes you say this?


Acidiousx

He's best when stretching the field. His breaks aren't very clean and he struggles to get off press and catching in contested situations. He's also very lean which could explain some of the issues. I just think he's going to be deployed as a dedicated field stretcher which doesn't always yield fantasy success.


GunnerRecall10

This is why I kind of pose the question. I’ve seen some good routes from him and some bad, but he seems to not mind being physical. But he definitely seems to have a tendency to get thrown off when he jammed at the LOS. I think he has the makings of someone who can do more than just run deep, but he needs some refinement. But some others seem to be really high on him, so I’m kind of hoping to figure out why that is, and what they see the ceiling as.


SDG1994

As a UGA fan, I can say pre injury he was a man amongst boys out there. And this is against several 1st round talent defensive players. If he had stayed healthy in that game, I don’t think UGA would have won. The offense looked completely different without him. I think he is way more than a burner, his tape shows him excelling at the go route but also getting open underneath and across the middle. If he retains the speed and agility post injury then he is my WR#1


GunnerRecall10

Do you see him translating to the #1 on an offense? I definitely see him as more than a Ruggs type, but I wonder if he can be the alpha of an offense. I think preconceived “burner” bias does become a factor. He looks like the most well rounded/talented of those guys we’ve seen in a long time.


SDG1994

I can see the Ruggs comps: speed, bama, round 1 talent, undersized. I might be in the minority here but I believe that Ruggs was about to have a good if not great season before what happened happened. Renfrow had a great season because of targets and opportunity, not taking anything away from him but he put up WR1 fringe numbers last year without Ruggs and mostly without Waller. If Ruggs kept his pace and took on targets from Waller’s injury I could easily see WR2 numbers with WR1 weeks in there. Now actually to Jmo, he’s just better than Ruggs IMO. He was a bit taller, a better route runner, and I think showed better contested catches and high points. The comps make people think he was a one dimensional burner but I think he’s more like a Hill type (not saying he will be as good) getting open everywhere and just being extra dangerous on the go route.


scrooplynooples

As a bama fan/alum, I appreciate you admitting this.. If he stayed healthy that game would have looked a lot different. Our offense basically shut down once he got hurt. I would consider him maybe the 1b to Wilson. It would be tough to make that discernment, but if I’m drafting for potential ceiling he is the top prospect to me. Wilson is likely a safer value but I see his ceiling as maybe low end WR1 whereas jamo could have that game breaking ability to put up 50 point games and be a top 3 finisher for the season.


SDG1994

No shame in it! We got our ship, y’all have had plenty but I can say 100% that Jmo was game breaking. Watching him shred a top end SEC defense like that, I thought the game was about to be ugly like the first meeting. I honestly hope that he retains his agility, everybody talks about his speed but his ability to stop and cut on dimes was what most impressed me. If he hadn’t of gotten injured, I think he would have been a clear #1 and with the right dc maybe 1.01


scrooplynooples

Watching him break defenders ankles all season was fun, and he’d go and burn guys that ran 4.4s right after. Honestly looked like a faster version of waddle with a more aggressive catch style to me.


SDG1994

My hope is that he heals from the injury without much lost athleticism and he falls to me around 1.07


SaculSnirp

For me he’s in T1 with Wilson, London, and Burks. Comes down to DC/landing spot to differentiate


DBD216

Same for me. I have Burks last in that tier


MrBlueandSky

No concerns over his lack of production at OSU. That's a crowded room of NFL talent. He transferred and produced in one of the toughest conferences in the country


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I had him as tier 1 WR with Burks and Wilson and up until now he had the "injury discount". But with rumors of him being taken as first WR off the board, I think Wilson may be the better value and I doubt Williams even makes it to me at 1.06.


OutlandishnessDry24

This was correct Tier 1 Imo. London is not at level of these other 3.


2018OaklandAs

Yup wish it stayed secret longer but Williams is WR#1 in this class. If he goes to a bad offense I could see myself taking London/Burks/Wilson over him but I really don’t want to


OutlandishnessDry24

I would have it Wilson, Burks, Williams, and then London in that second group depending on landing spots. Washington has checked in a bunch with London. Awful spot with Wentz.


2018OaklandAs

Yeah I don’t see it from Wilson especially to be a real fantasy difference-maker but I’ll believe it more if a team takes him as the first or second WR off the board


kohlio412

Number 1 prospect imo. Game breaking ability to take the top off. Has room to grow into his frame. A faster ceedee lamb is not out of question.


Upnorth97

Fingers crossed he’ll be a New England Patriot, but I doubt he falls that far


FF_Mikey10

A heckin stud


DankestAcehole

Personally I see a Robby Anderson type


dsheehan7

I mean all these guys are like 50/50 shots to hit or miss. But specifically for Jamo he looks like a promising deep threat WR. Likely more of a WR2/3 than the WR1 on his team. High Adot, he’ll catch some deep bombs now and again, probably low volume but high efficiency. If he works out he can be a Will Fuller / Mike Wallace type of player. If he busts he’ll look like John Ross or Heyward-Bey.