May 23rd, 2014
The Buffalo Bills were able to pick the best receiver in the 2014 NFL Draft. Sammy Watkins from Clemson chose not to finish his senior year and was selected as the fourth overall pick in the Draft.
Sammy Watkins was the MVP of the Orange Bowl in 2014 where he helped Clemson beat Ohio State. He was an All-American for the three years he was in college. He was always a threat to score a touchdown and was double teamed a lot but was still able to score a lot of touchdowns.
Sammy Watkins will be able to play right away in the NFL. He is fast enough and strong enough to make the team. You never know if a great college player will be a great NFL player but at least you know they have skills. Watkins did have some trouble off the field in college and he will have to make sure that those things don't affect him while in the NFL.