Maxx Williams, TE, Baltimore Ravens
Maxx Williams may have left college a couple of years too soon, but his athleticism has always been there. Like his fellow 2015 NFL Draft-mate Breshad Perriman, Williams has been slowly coming along as an all-around player in the past couple of years.
He still hasn’t started or played a full 16-game slate up to this point, but Williams’ talent is there and he might be ready to take that next step in his career.
It would be a real shame for the Ravens if both Perriman and Williams excel now after they spent the past four years hoping they could develop into long-term solutions, but their disappointment would be the Broncos’ gain.
Williams has exceptional athletic ability and has grown a lot as a blocker. He is also sneaky good at gaining yards after the catch. He also doesn’t drop passes. He has caught all but four of his targets over the past two seasons.
I think his stock is trending upward, and the Broncos would be wise to give him a shot with their current situation at tight end.