Clemson's Mike Williams drafted by LA Chargers

Tabitha Dunn
April 30, 2017

"I'm looking forward to living in LA", Williams said in a phone interview from his family home in SC.

While at Clemson, Williams suffered a scary injury to his neck/back area that caused him to miss the entire 2015 season. At 6 feet 4 inches tall, Williams was a constant mismatch for corners and often served as a safety valve for quarterback Deshaun Watson, with an ability to win 50-50 matchups thanks to excellent body control and an impressive catch radius.

In 2016, Williams was the Clemson team leader in receptions (98), receiving yards (1,361) and receiving touchdowns (11) for Clemson's second national championship team. With Antonio Gates near the end of the line, Williams particularly makes sense as a plug-in red-zone target for the snaps Gates can no longer provide. Outside of that, Williams has a clean bill of health.

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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. In their first year back in LA and it all starts with the exciting receiver trio of Tyrell Williams, Keenan Allen, and Mike Williams.

Clemson Tigers wide receiver Mike Williams (7) walks off the field after defeating the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game at Raymond James Stadium.

That speed is important because of the size Williams is working with. "I have to get used to it, so I'm going to get used to it fast". "We put in a lot of work, and we liked him". "I just looked up to him, continued to do what he did when he left. As I told y'all a few weeks ago, not that I would ever shy away from anything, but that would have been an indication to me that we're looking down the road", Rivers told KLSD-AM in San Diego on Friday.

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