Seth Williams
Wide ReceiverWR
2020 Fantasy Outlook
Williams took a big step forward as a sophomore in 2019, reeling in 59 passes for 830 yards and eight touchdowns. He finished in the top-10 in the SEC in all categories. Williams could benefit from some improvement from the quarterback position, as true freshman Bo Nix struggled at times with accuracy. Still, with some development from Nix and a year together under their belt, the duo should be able to at least repeat their performance from last season, if not improve upon it. Williams averaged over 20 yards per catch as a freshman when Jarrett Stidham was under center for the Tigers but just over 14 yards per grab last season, so there is room to grow in the vertical passing game in 2020. Read Past Outlooks
Four catches in romp
November 26, 2019
Williams reeled in four balls for 45 yards against Samford on Saturday.
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Williams was not needed much in the 52-0 shutout, as the Tigers largely kept the ball on the ground and played many of their reserves as the game wore on. However, expect Williams to play a crucial role in the Iron Bowl this weekend against Alabama, though the Tide have allowed just 184.4 yards per game through the air, which is second in the SEC.
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2019 Fantasy Outlook
Auburn’s quarterback situation may be unsettled, but there’s no doubt who the top receiver on The Plains is: Williams. As a true freshman in 2018, Williams turned his 43 targets into 26 catches for 534 yards and five touchdowns -- that comes out to 12.4 yards per target and 20.5 yards per catch in an offense that averaged 7.6 YPA as a whole. With Ryan Davis and Darius Slayton -- who combined for 44 percent of the target share last season -- gone, Williams is in line for a massive target volume to match his outsized talent.
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Targets aplenty despite loss
November 17, 2019
Williams caught 13 passes for 121 yards against Georgia on Saturday.
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Six catches in triumph
November 5, 2019
Williams reeled in six balls for 46 yards against Ole Miss on Saturday.
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Finds end zone in loss
October 27, 2019
Williams caught four passes for 65 yards and a touchdown at LSU on Saturday.
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Scores twice in laugher
October 19, 2019
Williams caught four passes for 90 yards and two touchdowns at Arkansas on Saturday.
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Lone bright spot in loss
October 6, 2019
Williams caught four passes for 79 yards and a touchdown at Florida on Saturday.
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