Williams tore his ACL in November and he's certain to be sidelined for much of camp while his rehab continues, possibly returning late in the pre-season to test his progress. ACL injuries often take up to a year to fully heal from, both physically and mentally. The 2019 rookie out of Colorado State emerged onto the dynasty scene from off-the-radar, compiling 32 receptions, 428 yards and three touchdowns in eight games before falling to injury. With a huge frame (6'5/218) and plus-level speed, the sophomore starter is primed for a solid 2020 and as DLF's WR49, has significantly upside sleeper potential. Rebuilding dynasty coaches may wish to consider a buy-low acquisition prior to his return to the field.