Opinions on underclass wide receivers vary

Updated: January 15, 2010, 5:06 PM ET
By Kevin Weidl and Todd McShay
As the group of underclassmen who will enter the 2010 NFL draft takes shape, we're taking a look at some of the good and bad decisions and how the underclassmen might affect seniors at their respective positions.

Wide receiver Damian Williams of USC is among those who made the right decision to enter the draft. Williams is a polished route-runner, and his mastery of subtle skills such as using his hands to get off press coverage, using double moves to gain separation and head and shoulder fakes at the top of his stems separates him from most college receivers.