Wilson's body control and quick gear shifting attributes, infuriate defensive backs attempting to contain him with press coverage tactics. An adept route runner with soft hands, Wilson has the speed to get deep and the moxie to beat defenders in a variety of ways. Wilson operates efficiently from the slot position and equally from outside the hashmarks as a boundary receiver. A threat to score vertically, he would make a nice downfield target for the cannon armed Josh Allen.
Ohio State hasn't had a WR selected in the first round since Ted Ginn in 2007. Olave becomes the second to go in the first round in this draft. Some would argue he's the best all-around pass catcher in the draft.
Leal has no clear position right now. The former five-star broke out as a sophomore in 2020 with an 88.3 PFF grade while playing predominantly on the edge. The 6-foot-4, 290-pound lineman has split time between the interior defensive line and edge in 2019, and his production diminished as a result. Leal has earned a 55.5 run-defense grade and 63.3 pass-rush grade when inside the tackles while posting a grade above 75.0 in both of those facets on the edge. Leal may be a bit heavier than the stereotypical NFL edge, but he has the power and juice to hold up there.
Williams, an Ohio State transfer, has starred in his lone season in Tuscaloosa. At a slender 6-foot-2, 189 pounds, he is a seasoned route runner who can attack the deeper portions of the field. He has averaged 20.2 yards on his 51 catches this season, adding 10 touchdowns. With Emmanuel Sanders on a one-year deal, adding Williams with Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis and Cole Beasley will continue the Bills' explosiveness on the perimeter.