2015 NFL DRAFT

Terrance Williams, WR

School: Baylor  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Dallas, TX
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 208 lbs.
Projected Ranking
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03/28/2013 - 2013 Baylor Pro Day: Wide receiver prospects get close look at Baylor's pro day...Representatives from 27 NFL teams gathered at the pro day held at Baylor on Wednesday, where 14 players went through a workout held indoors on FieldTurf. Dallas Cowboys wide receivers coaches Derek Dooley and Keith O'Quinn, as well as Jacksonville Jaguars wide receivers coach Jerry Sullivan were among the noteworthy attendees in Waco, Texas.

Terrance Williams, WR (6-foot-2 1/8, 207 pounds) - Williams was at the NFL Scouting Combine and stood on his numbers from the event, only doing position drills at Baylor's pro day. Williams is a really good looking athlete and is a likely second-round selection in the 2013 NFL Draft. I have Williams as the No. 37-rated prospect in this year's draft.

Jerry Rhome - a member of the College Football Hall of Fame who coached for 25 years in the NFL - conducted the receiver workout, and Nick Florence - Robert Griffin III???s one-time backup and the Bears' starter in 2012 - was throwing the ball to the receivers. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com

01/24/2013 - 2013 Senior Bowl: Led by Baylor's Terrance Williams, receivers shining...Three up...1. Terrance Williams, Baylor. Williams started the week with a bang Monday with a couple of highlight-reel catches while establishing himself as one of the fastest players on the field. On Tuesday, he had some drops and didn't play fearlessly when going cross-field, which could paint him as an outside-only threat. Williams rebounded Wednesday with another excellent practice where he again showed a lot of excellent quickness in individual and team drills but also made an adjustment to a deep ball from Tyler Wilson and caught what would have been a touchdown. He even tacked on a nice block during the 7-on-7 drills. Considering size and skills, he's the best receiver in Mobile, which frankly shouldn't come as a big surprise since he had double-digit touchdowns the last two years and 1,832 yards in 2012. - Dave Richard, CBSSports.com

01/23/2013 - 2013 Senior Bowl, Tuesday: While focusing on the South's offensive and defensive linemen Tuesday afternoon, I couldn't help but peek at the wide receivers. Just as they did Monday, Georgia's Tavarres King and Lousiana Tech's Quinton Patton each enjoyed strong practices. The same, however, couldn't be said for Baylor's Terrance Williams, who repeatedly dropped passes. One longtime NFL scout commented that Williams, NFLDraftScout.com's No. 52-rated prospect overall, appeared to be much more comfortable tracking passes over his shoulder than passes facing him. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

01/21/2013 - 2013 Senior Bowl, Monday practice: Several wideouts received praise during and after practice. Baylor's Terrance Williams, Arkansas' Cobi Hamilton and Georgia's Tavarres King did some good work. Williams especially gave good effort on a deep pass from Wilson and on an out pattern from Manuel. Texas A&M's Ryan Swope had some drops, including a notable one in 7-on-7 drills. - Dave Richard, CBSSports.com

12/27/2012 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: Senior WR Terrence Williams had 71 yards on six receptions in the regular-season finale against Oklahoma State to finish the year with 1,693 receiving yards, a school record. He has 95 catches on the year and could become Baylor's second 100-catch receiver in two years with a big finish in the bowl game.

Baylor is making a third straight bowl appearance for the first time in school history. The Bears won an offensive shootout, 67-56, over Washington in last season's Alamo Bowl but lost to Illinois 38-14 in the 2010 Texas Bowl. Overall, the Bears are 9-9 in their bowl history. - The Sports Xchange

12/27/2012 - Scouting the Baylor passing game: Florence is the Big 12's most productive passer (343.4 yards per game) with 31 touchdown tosses against 13 interceptions. He has a large contingent of talented receivers topped by senior WR Terrance Williams, the nation's leader in receiving yards per game (147.0). - The Sports Xchange

12/16/2012 - 2012 NCAA FBS CONSENSUS ALL-AMERICAN: Wide Receiver - x-Terrance Williams (Unanimous), Baylor, 6-2, 205, senior...Williams joins Bill Glass (1956), Mike Singletary (1980), Thomas Everett (1986), Santana Dotson (1991) and Daniel Sepulveda (2006). Williams is the Bears' first offensive skill position player to be named a unanimous All-American.

Williams is the 15th player in program history to be named a FWAA All-American, and he joins Robert Griffin III (2011), Jason Smith (2008) and Sepulveda (2006) as the only Baylor honorees during the Big 12 era. RG3 and Williams combine to give Baylor FWAA All-Americans in consecutive seasons for the third time in program history, and Williams joins Stanley Williams (1951) and Lawrence Elkins (1963 & 1964) as the only FWAA All-American receivers in program history. - Baylor football

12/16/2012 - 2012 WALTER CAMP ALL-AMERICA FIRST TEAM: WR Terrance Williams, Baylor, 6-2 195 Sr., Dallas, TX...Williams leads the nation with 1,764 receiving yards and ranks eighth nationally with 95 receptions. He's already broken the Baylor single-season receiving yards record, and his 12 receiving TDs and 95 receptions are both the second-most in a season in program history. He needs 236 receiving yards in the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl to become the second 2,000-yard receiver in NCAA history. - Baylor football

12/16/2012 - 2012 AP ALL-AMERICAN FIRST TEAM: WR - Terrance Williams, senior, 6-2, 205, Baylor...Williams leads the nation with 1,764 receiving yards and ranks eighth nationally with 95 receptions. He's already broken the Baylor single-season receiving yards record, and his 12 receiving TDs and 95 receptions are both the second-most in a season in program history. He needs 236 receiving yards in the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl to become the second 2,000-yard receiver in NCAA history. - Baylor football

12/16/2012 - 2012 AFCA FBS COACHES' ALL-AMERICA TEAM: WR Terrance Williams, Sr., Baylor...Williams was one of three Biletnikoff Award finalists. He leads the nation with 1,764 receiving yards and ranks eighth nationally with 95 receptions. He's already broken the Baylor single-season receiving yards record, and his 12 receiving TDs and 95 receptions are both the second-most in a season in program history. He needs 236 receiving yards in the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl to become the second 2,000-yard receiver in NCAA history.

Williams has gone over 100 receiving yards in eight of 12 games this season and has had at least 70 yards in every game. He's also broken Baylor's career record with 4,554 all-purpose yards, and his 1,778 all-purpose yards on the season are also a school record. He broke Baylor's single-game receptions record and set a Big 12 record for receiving yards when he racked up 314 yards on 17 receptions on Sept. 29 at West Virginia. - Baylor football

12/09/2012 - 2012 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Terrance Williams, Baylor, Sr., Dallas, Texas/W.T. White, has been selected First Team All-Big 12 Conference (Coaches selection) for the 2012 college football season. As a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, Williams leads the nation with 1,764 receiving yards, which is a school record, and his 95 receptions and 12 receiving touchdowns are both second most in a single-season in program history. He also set Baylor's single-game records with 17 receptions and 314 receiving yards at West Virginia. - Baylor football

12/09/2012 - 2012 ALL-BIG 12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Terrance Williams (Off. PoY), has been selected Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Conference (Coaches selection) for the 2012 college football season. Williams leads the nation with 1,764 receiving yards, which is a school record, and his 95 receptions and 12 receiving touchdowns are both second most in a single-season in program history. - Baylor football

12/09/2012 - 2012 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM (MEDIA): WR: Terrance Williams (Unanimous), Baylor, 6-2, 205, Sr., Dallas, has been selected First Team All-Big 12 Conference (Media selection) for the 2012 college football season. Williams leads the nation with 1,764 receiving yards, which is a school record, and his 95 receptions and 12 receiving touchdowns are both second most in a single-season in program history. - Baylor football

11/29/2012 - BIG 12: NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 13: 1. WR Terrance Williams, 6-2, 205, Baylor: Why he has the first spot: After two relatively slow weeks -- which would have been banner weeks for most receivers -- Williams was back to putting up big numbers on Saturday against Texas Tech. He caught seven passes for 175 and a touchdown. Williams' consistency has been impressive this season. He has yet to have a game with less than 80 receiving yards and has found the end zone in eight of 11 contests.

Season stats (11 games): 89 receptions, 1,693 yards, 12 receiving touchdowns, first in FBS in receiving yards per game (153.9). Player ranking: Williams is ranked No. 34 overall and is rated as the fourth-best wide receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings.

Up next: Baylor plays Oklahoma State in Waco on Saturday. The Cowboys allowed Landry Jones to pass for 500 yards last Saturday and are allowing 284.7 passing yards per game. It could be another big day for Williams. - C.J. Moore, CBSSports.com

11/28/2012 - Baylor wide receiver Terrance Williams and South Carolina defensive lineman Jadeveon Clowney headline the 2012 AFCA FBS Coaches' All-America Team announced today by the American Football Coaches Association. The AFCA has selected an All-America team since 1945 and currently selects teams in all five of its divisions. What makes these teams so special is that they are the only ones chosen exclusively by the men who know the players the best - the coaches themselves.

Williams leads the nation in total receiving yards with 1,693, and averages 153.91 yards per game, which is also tops in the nation. He has 89 receptions and 12 touchdowns, and is a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, as the nation's best receiver. Clowney leads the nation in tackles for loss with 21.5 this season, and is tied for first with 13 sacks. He is a finalist for the Bednarik Award, Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award. - American Football Coaches Association

11/25/2012 - WR Terrance Williams went over 100 yards in receptions for the eighth time this season with 175 on seven catches. That gave him a school-record 1,693 for the season, moving him past Kendall Wright's mark of 1,663 set just last year.

11/22/2012 - BIG 12: NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 12: 2. WR Terrance Williams, 6-2, 205, Baylor: Why he has the second spot: Though he has finally cooled a bit from his torrid midseason pace, the Biletnikoff Award finalist still is putting up ridiculous numbers. His 87 receiving yards in Saturday's win over Kansas State actually made for his second-worst performance of the season in terms of yardage (he had "only" 84 against Louisiana-Monroe) -- a sign of just how well he has consistently played. He has scored a touchdown in seven of Baylor's last nine games.

Season stats (10 games): 82 receptions, 1,518 yards, 11 receiving touchdowns, first in FBS in receiving yards per game (151.8). Player ranking: Williams is ranked No. 34 overall and is rated as the fourth-best wide receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. Up next: It's another tough matchup for Williams and the Bears' passing game, as Baylor hosts Texas Tech on Saturday. The Red Raiders are 11th nationally in pass defense, allowing only 177.64 yards per game. - Patrick Southern, CBSSports.com

11/21/2012 - 2012 BILETNIKOFF AWARD FINALIST (NATION'S OUTSTANDING RECEIVER): Terrance Williams (Baylor)...Williams leads the nation with 151.8 receiving yards per game and has a chance to become the second player in NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision history to eclipsed 2,000 receiving yards in a single season. He has gone over 100 receiving yards in seven of 10 games this season and 12 times in his career.

A senior from Dallas, Texas, Williams set a Big 12 Conference record when he had 314 receiving yards on Sept. 29 at West Virginia, and his 17 receptions in that game were five more than the previous Baylor single-game record. He's led the team in receiving yards in nine of 10 games this season, and his 82 receptions are the second most in a single season in program history. - Baylor football

11/20/2012 - 11/19/12 NFL DRAFT SCOUT RISER: 3. Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor...While some gave him late-round projections entering his senior season, Baylor's Terrance Williams has been one of NFLDraftScout.com's top senior wideouts since the summer. And he continues to show why each week, including this past Saturday as the Bears upset No. 1 ranked Kansas State. Williams' final statistics against the Wildcats weren't jaw-dropping (5 catches, 87 yards, 1 touchdown), but he has been extremely consistent even when the defense knows Baylor quarterback Nick Florence is looking for him. Williams leads the nation in receiving yards per game, averaging 151.8 yards, which is an impressive feat this late in the season.

The last wide receiver to finish the season averaging 150+ receiving yards per contest was former Texas Tech wideout Michael Crabtree in 2007. Williams is also a big play threat, averaging 18.5 yards per catch, which ranks among the nation's best, using his deceiving speed to create after the catch or race downfield past defensive backs. Opinions still vary on his future, but the NFL views Williams as a top-60 prospect. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

11/18/2012 - WR Terrance Williams had 87 yards on five receptions, giving him a season total of 1,518 yards receiving. He is 145 shy of the school single-season record set by Kendall Wright just last year.

11/14/2012 - BIG 12: NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 11: 2. WR Terrance Williams, 6-2, 205, Baylor: Why he has the second spot: Williams' streak of five games with more than 100 receiving yards ended against Oklahoma, the Big 12's top-ranked pass defense. Williams still caught six passes for 91 yards and considering Nick Florence threw for only 172 yards, Williams did his part. Season stats (nine games): 80 receptions, 1,431 yards, 10 receiving touchdowns, first in FBS in receiving yards per game (159). Player ranking: Williams is ranked No. 54 overall and is rated as the seventh-best wide receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. Up next: Williams faces a tough matchup for the second straight week, going up against Kansas State. The Wildcats have a pair of talented corners in Nigel Malone and Allen Chapman. - C.J. Moore, CBSSports.com

11/07/2012 - BIG 12: NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 10: 1. WR Terrance Williams, 6-2, 205, Baylor: Why he has the top spot: Nobody has stopped him. Defenses know what Williams can do, and he continues to put up ridiculous numbers. He had 11 receptions for 137 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Kansas -- and that was his lowest yardage total in a game since Sept. 21. That's the kind of season Williams is having. Season stats (eight games): 71 receptions, 1,340 yards, 10 receiving touchdowns, first in FBS in receiving yards per game (167.5). Player ranking: Williams is ranked No. 30 overall and is rated as the fourth-best wide receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. Up next: Williams faces perhaps the toughest challenge he'll have all season against Oklahoma on Saturday. The Sooners have the No. 4 pass efficiency defense in the nation. - Patrick Southern, CBSSports.com

10/23/2012 - BIG 12: NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 8: 1. WR Terrance Williams, 6-2, 205, Baylor: Why he has the top spot: The Bears' star receiver continues to put up numbers that border on the ridiculous. He had 10 catches for 183 yards and a touchdown in Baylor's 56-50 loss at Texas on Saturday. This season, he has only one game with fewer than 131 receiving yards (an 84-yard, two-touchdown effort against Louisiana-Monroe). He has caught a touchdown pass in each of Baylor's last five games -- including multiple touchdown catches in four of them. Season stats (six games): 47 receptions, 1,013 yards, 9 receiving touchdowns, first in FBS in receiving yards per game (168.83). Player ranking: Williams is ranked No. 29 overall and is rated as the fourth-best wide receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. Up next: Williams should have another chance to put up big numbers against Iowa State on Saturday, as the Cyclones' pass defense in ranked No. 78 nationally. - Patrick Southern, CBSSports.com

10/17/2012 - BIG 12: NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 7: 1. WR Terrance Williams, 6-2, 205, Baylor: Why he has the top spot: Williams had the kind of stat line on Saturday that looks made up. He caught only three passes but had 163 receiving yards and two touchdowns. If Williams has one-on-one coverage and there's no safety help -- as was the case in the video above -- it's likely he's going to go for a touchdown. He's too strong and too fast for college corners and that freakish ability will serve him well in the NFL. Season stats (five games): 37 receptions, 830 yards, 8 receiving touchdowns, first in FBS in receiving yards per game (166.00). Player ranking: Williams is ranked 26th overall and is rated as the fourth-best wide receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. Up next: Baylor travels to Texas this Saturday and Williams will likely be matched up against an NFL-caliber corner, most likely Carrington Byndom, who is the ninth-rated corner in the latest player rankings. - C.J. Moore, CBSSports.com

10/10/2012 - BIG 12: NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 6: 2. WR Terrance Williams, 6-2, 205, Baylor: Why he has the second spot: He has everything an NFL team wants in a receiver: the size, the speed and the ability to outfight cornerbacks for a 50/50 ball in the air. Season stats (four games): 34 receptions, 667 yards, 6 receiving touchdowns, first in FBS in receiving yards per game (166.75). Player ranking: Williams is ranked 28th overall and is rated as the fourth-best wide receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. Up next: The Bears had Week 5 off, but return to action against a floundering TCU team that just allowed Iowa State's Josh Lenz to finish with 147 receiving yards and three touchdowns. Williams could have a field day. - Patrick Southern, CBSSports.com

10/02/2012 - BIG 12: NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 5: 2. WR Terrance Williams, 6-2, 205, Baylor: Why he has the second spot: In any other week, Williams would have earned the top spot with his performance. In fact, his 17 catches, 314 yards and two touchdowns against West Virginia rivals Smith's 636 passing yards. Much like Smith, watching Williams was just as impressive as his numbers. The West Virginia defensive backs were draped all over him on several of his catches. He's a big, physical receiver with speed and great hands. In other words, he's exactly what NFL teams are looking for in a receiver. Season stats (four games): 34 receptions, 667 yards, 6 receiving touchdowns, first in FBS in receiving yards per game (166.75).Player ranking: Williams is ranked 28th overall and is the fourth-highest receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. - C.J. Moore, CBSSports.com

09/25/2012 - BIG 12 NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 4: 2. WR Terrance Williams, 6-2, 205, Baylor: Why he has the second spot: He's a constant threat to make the biggest of plays, averaging more than 20 yards per reception. He caught a pair of pivotal touchdown passes in last week's win at Louisiana-Monroe, including a late 22-yard scoring reception that put the game out of reach. While much of the attention on Baylor's offense has to do with the job QB Nick Florence has done replacing Robert Griffin III, Williams has more quietly done an outstanding job replacing last year's top receiving threat, Kendall Wright. Season stats (three games): 17 receptions, 353 receiving yards, 4 receiving touchdowns, sixth in the FBS in receiving yards per game (117.67). Player ranking: Williams is ranked 27th overall and is the fourth-highest rated wide receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. Up next: Williams gets to attempt to trade blows with the aforementioned Smith this weekend, as Baylor travels to Morgantown to face the Mountaineers on Saturday. WVU's pass defense isn't much better than Baylor's, ranking 103rd in the nation, allowing 276.7 passing yards per game, so Williams should have an opportunity to impress once again this weekend. - Patrick Southern, CBSSports.com

09/24/2012 - Week 4 Rewind: The rapid transformation of the Baylor Bears into a legitimate NFL breeding ground didn't end with the loss of Heisman winner Robert Griffin III heading off to the Washington Redskins. Often overshadowed by RG3 and big play specialist Kendall Wright a season ago, Terrance Williams showed off the skill-set Friday night against Louisiana-Monroe to demonstrate why many scouts view him as the nation's top senior wide receiver prospect. Statistically-speaking, Williams posted his least impressive performance of the young 2012 season against the Warhawks, who entered this game fresh off of a 31-28 overtime loss at Auburn and having shocked Arkansas in their season-opener. Williams had averaged 6.5 catches for 135 yards and scored two touchdowns in Baylor's first two games. Against the Warhawks, he was "limited" to four catches for 84 yards - though two of them went for scores. Griffin's replacement at quarterback, Nick Florence, tried to force the ball to his star receiver early in this contest and saw two of his passes intercepted in the first quarter, leading to ULM jumping out to a surprising 14-0 lead. As the game went on, however, Williams' exciting blend of size and speed proved too much for the Warhawks. Respecting his ability to attack defenses deep, ULM tried to bracket Williams, at times. On one such occasion, Williams simply eluded the cornerback with a slippery shoulder fake and slight hesitation before accelerating past the closing safety to gather in a perfectly thrown ball from Florence down the right sideline to knot the game at 21 in the second quarter. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

09/24/2012 - Week 4 Rewind: As much as scouts (and Baylor fans) appreciate Williams' receiving ability, it was his hustle midway through the fourth quarter during a botched two-point conversion attempt that may have been his most impressive play. With Baylor having just re-taken the lead at 40-35, Florence had the ball poked free from ULM's undersized defensive end Joey Gautney, who picked up the ball and was racing back in an attempt to give the Warhawks their own two-point score. Gautney, a 6-1, 240 pound sophomore, has good speed and nothing but green grass ahead of him. He also had a convoy of blockers behind him, who picked off three would-be tacklers for the Bears. Williams' speed and determination, however, allowed him to avoid the blockers and track down Gautney 50+ yards later to eliminate the scoring opportunity. Baylor ended up winning 47-42. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

09/21/2012 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: Baylor at Louisiana-Monroe, Sept. 21 -- The Bears are going on the road for the first time to face a team that nearly posted two road wins over SEC opponents, splitting overtime games at Arkansas (a win) and at Auburn (a loss). The Bears are looking for their second 3-0 start under coach Art Briles. They begin Big 12 play the next week with a trip to new conference member West Virginia. KEYS TO THE GAME: Don't get rattled. The Bears are going to face a team playing its first game at home in front of a crowd that is sure to be juiced up following the Warhawks' play the first two games. The Bears must keep pressure on ULM QB Kolton Browning and not let him escape for key runs. PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Terrance Williams is off to an outstanding start to his senior season with a team-high 13 catches for 269 yards and two touchdowns. - The Sports Xchange

09/16/2012 - WR Terrance Williams had another big game with six receptions for 131 yards. He had two catches for touchdowns. It was his seventh career game with at least 100 yards in receiving.

09/04/2012 - BIG 12: PLAYERS WHOSE NFL DRAFT STOCK IS RISING: Terrance Williams, Baylor: Baylor's top receiver enters the season as a projected second-round pick by CBSSports.com. If Williams keeps playing like he did in the opener against SMU -- 7 catches for 138 yards -- he could work his way into the first round. One other thing to keep an eye on this year is how former Baylor WR Kendall Wright plays with the Titans. A big rookie season for Wright could bode well for Williams. - C.J. Moore, CBSSports.com

09/02/2012 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Terrance Williams was just short of a 1,000-yard receiving season in 2011, settling for 957 yards on 59 catches. With the departure of Kendall Wright, Williams looks to assume the No. 1 role this fall. - The Sports Xchange

08/30/2012 - Rob Rang's 08/30/12 Top 32 NFL Draft Big Board: 20. Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor: Overshadowed by Robert Griffin III and Kendall Wright a season ago, Williams quietly emerged as one of the more consistent playmakers in the country in his own right. He caught 59 passes for 957 yards and 11 touchdowns a season ago as Baylor's No. 2 option. Sure, catches might be tougher to come by with RGIII now a member of the Washington Redskins, but the 6-1, 205 pound Williams should once again light up Big 12 secondaries this season and could be the first senior receiver to be selected come April. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

07/18/2012 - 2012 BILETNIKOFF AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Terrance Williams, Baylor, has been selected to the Preseason Biletnikoff Award Watch List for the 2012 college football season, presented to America's top college football wide receiver by The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc. Baylor is one of six teams with multiple players on the watch list. The Bears are joined by West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M and Pittsburgh, and there are eight Big 12 Conference receivers among the candidates. Williams, a fifth-year senior from Dallas, Texas, was previously named to the watch list for the Maxwell Award, which is given to the nation's most outstanding collegiate football player. As a junior in 2011, Williams earned second-team All-Big 12 honors when he caught 59 passes for 957 yards and 11 touchdowns. His 11 touchdown receptions tied for the second-most in a single season in program history, and his 957 receiving yards ranked fourth and his 59 receptions ranked eighth all-time at Baylor. - Baylor football

07/09/2012 - 2012 MAXWELL AWARD PRESEASON WATCHLIST: Terrance Williams, Baylor, WR, Sr., has been selected to the preseason Maxwell Award watchlist for the 2012 college football season, given to America's outstanding collegiate football player since 1937 and named in honor of sportswriter Robert W. "Tiny" Maxwell. Williams, a fifth-year senior from Dallas, Texas, earned second-team All-Big 12 honors a season ago when he caught 59 passes for 957 yards and 11 touchdowns. His 11 touchdown receptions tied for the second-most in a single season in program history, while his 957 receiving yards ranked fourth and his 59 receptions ranked eighth all-time at Baylor. Williams is tied for the team lead with 38 career games played and has made 21 career starts. He's tied for fifth on Baylor's all-time receiving touchdowns list (15), ranks ninth in career receiving yards (1,502), 11th in career receptions (105) and six in career kickoff return yardage (1,180). He enters the 2012 season with at least one touchdown catch in seven consecutive regular season games and at least one reception in 26 of his last 27 games played. - Baylor football

07/09/2012 - Top-five Baylor prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft: 1. WR Terrance Williams (6-3, 205)...This past April, Kendall Wright became the first receiver from Baylor to be drafted in the first round. And although he is a different style of wideout than Wright, Williams (pictured above) could become the second Baylor receiver drafted in the opening round next April. He finished second on the team in receiving last season with career-bests in every receiving category, finishing third in the Big 12 with 11 touchdowns grabs. Williams was a little-known high school recruit out of Dallas, but received a scholarship offer from Baylor and redshirted in 2008. After serving as a reserve in 2009, he started 10 games in 2010 as a sophomore with 43 catches for 484 yards and four scores. Williams set career-highs in 2011 as a junior with 59 receptions for 957 yards and 11 touchdowns, earning All-Big 12 Honorable Mention honors. He won't have to play in Wright's shadow anymore, but he also loses his Heisman-winning quarterback and will be catching passes from senior Nick Florence in 2012. Williams looks the part with a lengthy frame and vertical speed to create separation downfield, showing excellent footwork along the sideline. He is a tough runner, flashing the creative ability to make something happen with the ball in his hands. Williams isn't on the same level as Kendall Wright as a pro prospect, but he might be able to do what Wright didn't last April and be the first senior receiver drafted in 2013. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

 
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03/28/2013 - 2013 Baylor Pro Day: Wide receiver prospects get close look at Baylor's pro day...Representatives from 27 NFL teams gathered at the pro day held at Baylor on Wednesday, where 14 players went through a workout held indoors on FieldTurf. Dallas Cowboys wide receivers coaches Derek Dooley and Keith O'Quinn, as well as Jacksonville Jaguars wide receivers coach Jerry Sullivan were among the noteworthy attendees in Waco, Texas.

Terrance Williams, WR (6-foot-2 1/8, 207 pounds) - Williams was at the NFL Scouting Combine and stood on his numbers from the event, only doing position drills at Baylor's pro day. Williams is a really good looking athlete and is a likely second-round selection in the 2013 NFL Draft. I have Williams as the No. 37-rated prospect in this year's draft.

Jerry Rhome - a member of the College Football Hall of Fame who coached for 25 years in the NFL - conducted the receiver workout, and Nick Florence - Robert Griffin III???s one-time backup and the Bears' starter in 2012 - was throwing the ball to the receivers. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com

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