Round 6, No. 219 overall: Seth Williams, WR, Auburn
Williams brings good measurables at 6-foot-3 and 211 pounds and can provide a big target on the outside capable of winning jump balls or 50-50 balls.
He caught 17 touchdown passes at Auburn and averaged 16.1 yards per catch there, so he could be a good red-zone target at the next level. However, he has much to work on too, as you would expect for a sixth-round pick.
Williams doesn’t run great routes and doesn’t seem to give 100 percent effort on every play. There are times when he almost looks afraid to get hit when catching the ball in traffic.
The Broncos adding a wide receiver late in this draft made sense as more competition at that position was needed. But Williams will likely have a hard time making the roster as a rookie and will most likely begin his career on the practice squad, unless he becomes some sort of special teams moster this summer.