WR Preston Williams - Miami Dolphins

6-4, 211Born: 0-0-0000College: Colorado StateDrafted: ---

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Williams was a five-star prospect at the University of Tennessee before an arrest and subsequent counseling for an altercation involving a past girlfriend. Williams transferred to Colorado State and showed the kind of rangy strength, speed, and playmaking that evokes a stylistic comparison to A.J. Green. DeVante Parker has underwhelmed and the UDFA Williams has the skills to push for a roster spot, if not more. He has been a notable performer in June camp.

FBG Staff Rankings

Overall Rookie - 47, 28

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2019 PROJ-Henry 15.0 0.0 * * 15.0 * * *

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Latest News

Dolphins | Preston Williams competing for spot (Wed Jul 10, 01:26 PM) - Miami Dolphins WR Preston Williams, an undrafted rookie, will compete with WRs Brice Butler, Isaiah Ford, Trenton Irwin and Reece Horn for the fifth and sixth receiver spots. Williams has been working out with WR Brandon Marshall.

Our View: Williams is a talented player who largely went undrafted due to character concerns. If he keeps his focus on the field, Williams could earn a spot on the 53-man roster...or at the very least a practice squad. During his college career at Colorado State (Tennessee transfer), Williams showed dominance with his 6'4" 200 pound frame. He can win contested catches with his size and does a good job of making difficult catches seem routine. Williams needs polish as a route runner and more attention to detail if he wants to make it big in the pros. We'll monitor him in deep dynasty formats.
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2019 Schedule

1vs Baltimore Ravens
2vs New England Patriots
3@ Dallas Cowboys
4vs Los Angeles Chargers
5--- BYE WEEK ---
6vs Washington Redskins
7@ Buffalo Bills
8@ Pittsburgh Steelers
9vs New York Jets
10@ Indianapolis Colts
11vs Buffalo Bills
12@ Cleveland Browns
13vs Philadelphia Eagles
14@ New York Jets
15@ New York Giants
16vs Cincinnati Bengals
17@ New England Patriots