Williams hasn't produced like an elite prospect that he was drafted to be. His sophomore season he caught 10 touchdowns, and then in his third season he finally broke the 1,000 yard mark. He will now try to produce his best season of his career with Justin Herbert as his QB. Hunter Henry is gone, so that will open up some more targets for Williams, but he has some competition with Keenan Allen and Austin Ekeler. Williams is a big-play waiting to happen, but if he can find more consistency, he could be a nice WR3 for fantasy managers.