Floyd & Escobar would be complete steals at their respective draft positions and would be instant contriburs. Floyd in particular can play 3 spots on the DL, and do so at a very high level. Not to mention, he's only 20 years old. Escobar, IMO, is a better receiving threat than Eifert. Eifert high points the ball as well as anybody, but he lacks natural spearation skills and his blocking is non-existent. Not that Escobar is a good blocker, but I did see consistent effort (hugely underrated aspect of blocking). Escobar also is surprisingly agile, to go along with really nice top end speed (though not a burner) and I was surprised to see how natural he was catching the ball. Really underrated prospect IMO, and I wouldn't be shocked to see him go top 40.
Gooden is a freak and could become a great WIL with tutelage under Norton. You can't teach those physical gifts (legit 4.4 speed). I don't love Jenkins, but I see the potential value there by taking advantage of the injury. My only concern with him (probably unfair) is that I see a lot of Everette Brown in him (similarly undersized FSU DE).
I really dislike the Williams pick, however. I think the perceived value is fine, but I just don't think much of Williams. Body catcher, not very competitive, struggles with route running, and really not the blazer he's made out to be (thinking a 4.5 guy). I'm usually not one to rag on a prospect, but he's really got some glaring shortcomings/weaknesses that can make him a literal non-factor in the NFL, let alone a merely average WR. It's starts with his inability to run anything but a go route. Route running can be taught, but he seemed to lack flexibility to make clean cuts/breaks (noted during Sr Bowl week when forced to run an actual route tree). I'm sure he can improve in this area, but I liken it to teaching a SS with bad hands to turn a double play. Sure, he will improve, but there are also limitations when you have bad hands (bad hips).
I know I spent a majority of focus (negatively) on Williams, but he's one of those prospects IMO, who really, really worries me about his transition to the pro game. I see a guy who will take at least 2 years before he can do anything but "go deep." Other than that, superlative draft. I love Floyd and he would actually be my #1 DT due to upside, motor, versatility, and youth. Escobar is my favorite receiving prospect (combo of draft value/upside).