The Broncos nabbed WR Seth Williams in Round 6 of the 2021 NFL Draft. Williams goes 6’3, 211 pounds with 4.5 speed and a 37-inch vertical. He struck us as 1 of the more impressive size-athleticism prospects in this year’s WR class. And while his raw numbers weren’t big at Auburn, he topped a 30% share of receiving yards and TDs as a sophomore and junior the past 2 years. The tape is frustratingly inconsistent, though. Williams will make a highlight-reel grab 1 play, then run a lazy route or drop a pass the next. He’s the definition of a boom/bust prospect. But he’s 1 of just a handful of WRs in this class with alpha potential. The low draft capital spent certainly doesn't help his outlook. And he joins a crowded Denver WR corps, led by Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler. We'll see how things go from here.