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Seth Williams | Broncos WR

Date of Birth:  04/10/2000
Age:  22
Height  6'3"
Weight:   211
College:  Auburn
Drafted:  2021 | Round 6 | Pick 219
Depth Chart:  2nd string

Seth Williams | Broncos WR


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Seth Williams | Broncos WR

The Broncos promoted Seth Williams to the active roster.

Williams had his first career reception (a nice 34-yard catch down the right sideline) and impressed Broncos head coach Vic Fangio in yesterday's loss to the Chargers, and the rookie receiver is up on the active roster again for the final game of the season. We liked Williams coming out of Auburn, and he's someone to watch heading into the offseason. However, Denver locked up both Courtland Sutton and Tim Patrick with long-term contract extensions recently, so there doesn't appear to be an obvious path to playing time for him in 2022 at the moment.

Seth Williams | Broncos WR

The Broncos are waiving Seth Williams.

This is somewhat of a surprise, but the sixth-round rookie out of Auburn will be headed to waivers. We were high on Williams entering this year's draft and saw him as a potential replacement for Courtland Sutton (entering a contract year). It'll be interesting to see where he lands, though he might be brought back on the Broncos practice squad if he clears waivers.

Seth Williams | Broncos WR

The Broncos have selected Auburn wide receiver Seth Williams with the No. 219 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Williams didn’t have the consistency you would have liked at Auburn, but the talent is undeniable, and it wouldn’t be at all surprising if he ended up turning into one of the best wideouts from this year’s class despite dropping toward the end of the sixth round. A big and physical target with impressive downfield speed, Williams—after averaging 16.1 yards per reception in three seasons under Gus Malzahn—should have a similar role for the Broncos as a vertical weapon. Right now, we like his real-life outlook better than his fantasy outlook, but Williams could have some “boom” games as a rookie. With Courtland Sutton coming off an ACL tear and entering a contract year, Williams could be an interesting replacement if Denver is impressed enough with him this season. The full scouting report for him can be read at the link below.