Anonymous NFL scouts discuss Williams, Gallman

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Clemson has a plethora of offensive weapons on their current football team and spoke to scouts about their opinion of wide receiver Mike Williams and running back Wayne Gallman.

"Really pretty looking when you watch him down on the field, but he's not there yet. I think he'll get there, but he's not there yet," NFC personnel director said to "I don't think he's going to run as fast as people think. When college players get up here and find out that cornerbacks are faster and more physical, there is an adjustment period. I think it will take him some time to figure things out, but I think he'll do it. He's going to be good. I just don't know if he's going to be a star."

In 2016, Williams has 90 receptions for 1267 yards and 10 touchdowns. For his career, he has 169 catches for 2633 yards and 20 touchdowns.

Williams was projected as the first wide receiver off the board with the San Diego Chargers at the 7th overall pick in the latest NFL Mock draft.

"A lot of backs do some pretty things with their footwork and it gets people excited and then you find out they aren't tough enough," AFC East area scout to "Give me a guy who can bang like Gallman and let the coaches put him in position to succeed."

Gallman has 214 rushes for 1087 yards and 16 touchdowns this season. For his career, he has 658 carries for 3383 yards and 33 scores.

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