Watch former Clemson WR Mike Williams make incredible one-handed catch during draft prep

The annual NFL Draft Combine takes place next week, and former Clemson star wide receiver Mike Williams is among the players who will be on center stage. In a draft devoid of top-shelf wide receivers, Williams is considered the best prospect at the position and is projected to go No. 14 overall to the Eagles in FOX’s latest mock draft.

On Thursday, we got a glimpse of why Williams is projected to go so high, via FOX Sports’ ProCast. Check out the wild video below.

Mike Williams (@darealmike_dub) could play with one hand if he had to! 😱 Check out the #1 WR prospect in the #NFLDraft selfie and snag at the same time.

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That’s Williams snagging a ball out of the air with one hand, from a JUGS machine spinning the ball at 60 mph! Then he topped it off by making another one-handed catch while recording on a cell phone.

Granted, I guess we shouldn’t be surprised that Williams pulled off such a stunt after he established himself as one of college football’s top receivers last season, tallying 98 catches for 1,361 yards and 11 TDs.

Whether Williams ends up as the first wide receiver off the board, one thing is certain: The man has a flair for the dramatic.