To varying degrees, all four AFC East teams have a need for receivers and tight ends.
The Miami Dolphins still haven't identified a reliable, stretch-the-field target.
With that in mind, let's drop by the NFL Draft Lab to see what analysis Mel Kiper and Todd McShay have concocted about prospects who can catch.
McShay considers Williams second to only Oklahoma State's Dez Bryant in terms of talent and a potential steal. Williams has character issues. Syracuse suspended him as a junior and he quit the team as a senior.
"Tons of baggage, there's no question about it," McShay said. "You've got to deal with him and have good leadership around him to keep the off-the-field trouble away. But if you can do that, I think he's the second most talented receiver in this year's class, and you can get him probably in the third or fourth round."
Kiper and McShay each have Gronkowski rated as their fifth-best receiver or tight end.