Todd McShay of ESPN joined ‘Get Up’ to talk about the upcoming 2022 NFL Draft. On the show, he compared former Ohio State WR Jameson Williams to a current NFL receiver.

McShay stated that he believes Williams has the potential to be like Tyreek Hill of the Miami Dolphins on ESPN’s ‘Get Up’ on Tuesday morning. The ‘Get Up’ Twitter account posted the video.

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Here’s what McShay had to say about the comparison:

“Kansas City has 12 picks, which is tied for most of any organization in the NFL this year in the draft, with Jacksonville,” said McShay. “You’re telling me Kansas City needs 12 picks? Jameson Williams is the closest thing to Tyreek Hill in this draft. With his speed not only vertically, but after the catch, he will give you that big play element that they’re gonna miss without Tyreek Hill.”

ESPN’s Mike Tannenbaum has Williams getting taken by the Kansas City Chiefs with the 29th pick in his most recent 2022 Mock Draft. We’ll see what happens to the former Buckeyes’ wideout with the draft coming up in Las Vegas, Nevada.

You can watch the 2022 NFL Draft will be on April 28, 2022 at 8 p.m. ET on NFL Network.