This article is part of our Dynasty Watch series.
Previously planned as a two-part series detailing 20 breakout candidates in the 2019 rookie wide receiver class, the copy ran a bit long so I'm making it three parts instead. The 20 players ranked in ostensibly declining dynasty value, receivers 11-through-20 were addressed in the first article. This post will look at numbers 6-through-10, and tomorrow (Saturday) I'll post 1-through-5. The premise excluded A.J. Brown, DK Metcalf, and Terry McLaurin due to the three reaching the breakout distinction already.
Scroll into the rankings to see the writeups for 6-through-10. Click here to see the writeups for 11-through-20 in the previous article.
6. Preston Williams, MIA
Williams is one of the weirder recent cases among NFL prospects, an entirely enigmatic player with a knack for landing in strange situations. But despite his turbulent history and status as an undrafted player, there's pretty much no way to question Williams' natural talent. The only real question is whether he avoids future turbulence, allowing his talent to speak for itself on the field.
Williams was a blue-chip recruit at Tennessee, where he was kicked off the team for what can only be described as a domestic violence incident, although arguably a less severe instance of it. The report on the incident reads as Williams behaving aggressively and obnoxiously, but not Full Psycho like the Joe Mixon