2015 NFL DRAFT

Terrance Williams, WR

School: Baylor  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Dallas, TX
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 208 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
7382-3
Career Notes
All-American wide receiver and 2012 Biletnikoff Award finalist, among most decorated wideouts in Baylor history... 2012 unanimous first-team All-American (sixth in school history)... Four-year starter departed BU with eight school records... Led nation as senior in 2012 in receiving yards (1,832) and yards-per-game (140.9)... 1,832 receiving yards seventh highest total in NCAA FBS history (second in Big 12 history) and 140.9 average ranks fifth all-time... Played in 2013 Senior Bowl... 2013 NFL?Scouting Combine invitee... Eight school records include: career all-purpose yards (4,693), single-season receiving yards (1,832 in 2012), single-season all-purpose yards (1,846 in 2012), single-season yards-per-game (140.9 in 2012), consecutive games with reception-season (13, tied), single-game receptions (17 at WVU in 2012), single-game receiving yards (314 at WVU in 2012) and single-game all-purpose yards (314 at WVU in 2012).

Rank on BU career receiving charts: second in TDs (27), second in receiving yards (3,334), second in receptions (202), fifth in yards-per-catch (16.5)... Recipient of historic game-winning 34-yard TD pass from Robert Griffin III with 8 seconds remaining to defeat No. 5 Oklahoma as junior in 2011, RG3's definitive "Heisman Moment"... Receptions in 26 of last 27 games heading into 2012... Timed at 4.48 in 40-yard dash... Played all 51 games of career (34 starts)... Returned kicks as underclassman, ranks sixth in Baylor history in kick return yardage (1,180) and seventh in average (22.3) and eighth in returns (53)... Graduated in Dec. 2012 with degree in general studies.

2012 Season
Started all 13 games at wide receiver, named unanimous first-team All-America after leading nation with 1,832 receiving yards (school record and seventh-best total in NCAA FBS history)... 2012 Biletnikoff Award finalist... Unanimous first-team All-Big 12 honoree... Totaled 97 receptions, second-most in school history and ranked 11th nationally in 2012... In addition to yardage record, also established single-season school records for all-purpose yards (1,846), receiving yards-per-game (140.9) and consecutive games with reception (13, tied)...140.9 receiving yards-per-game also led nation and ranks fifth all-time in NCAA FBS... Set three school marks in record-breaking game at West Virginia in fourth game - 17 receptions for 314 yards (catches, yards, all-purpose yards)... Finished with 12 receiving TDs (two shy of school's single-season record).

Led nation in 2012 with 16 receptions of 30 yards or longer and 34 catches of 20 or more yards... Named first-team All-America by AP, Walter Camp, FWAA, Sporting News, ESPN, AFCA, SI.com, CBSsports, FoxSportsNext and Phil Steele...Named All-Texas first-team by Dave Campbell Texas Football winter publication... Topped 110-yard mark in eight games (one shy of school record)... Made 15 receptions of 40-plus yards, including three TDs of 74 yards or longer... Caught two touchdowns in four straight games between second game and fifth game... Totaled 100-plus yards in seven of first eight games (just once over final four games)... Had career day at No. 9 West Virginia in fourth game, 17-314 with two TDs... Caught TDs of 74 (first quarter) and 77 (third quarter) yards vs. TCU in fifth game... Had 10 receptions for 183 yards, including 80-yard TD, at Texas.

Totaled 190 yards on 13 catches vs. Iowa State in seventh game... Posted double-digit receptions for third straight game with 11-catch, 137-yard effort in win over Kansas in eighth game, including TD... Made seven receptions for 175 yards and one TD in win over Texas Tech in 11th game... Had season-low two receptions for 68 yards in Holiday Bowl win over No. 17 UCLA... Totaled two rushes for 14 yards on season... On preseason Maxwell Award watch list.

2011 Season
Williams had 53 catches with 11 of them going for touchdowns. Honorable Mention All-Big 12 by the coaches.
2010 Season
Played all 13 games (started 10) as wideout and returner as sophomore... Totaled 43 receptions for 484 yards and four touchdowns, also credited with one rush for three yards... Returned 20 kickoffs for 427 yards (21.4 average) and eight punts for 90 yards (11.2 average)... 42 catches fourth-most on squad... 1,004 all-purpose yards (third on team)... Caught pass in all 13 games... Made first career start and caught first career touchdown in season-opening win over Sam Houston State... Caught 23-yard TD and had season-long 33-yard kickoff return vs. SHSU... Totaled season-high 172 all-purpose yards in win over Buffalo in second game - 68 yards on team-high six catches, 52 yards on two kick returns and 52 yards on four punt returns (first punt returns of career)... Led team with six receptions in third game at No. 4 TCU, added season-high 91 yards on four kickoff returns... Recorded season-highs of 101 receiving yards (four catches) and two receiving TDs in win over Kansas in fifth game... Caught 50-yard TD on pass from fellow receiver Kendall Wright vs. KU... Had three catches for 77 yards in win at Texas in ninth game, including career-long 59-yarder that went for TD... Caught career-high and team-high eight passes for 73 yards at No. 19 Oklahoma State in 10th game... Caught one 12-yard pass in Texas Bowl vs. Illinois... Returned only two kickoffs (no punts) over final six games.
2009 Season
Played in all 12 games as redshirt freshman in 2009 to earn first collegiate letter... Saw action at receiver in 10 of 12 games, but made big impact as primary kick returner over latter two-thirds of season... Ranked third in Big 12 with 24.1 kick return average... Named Baylor's Co-Special Teams MVP for performance as kick and punt returner... Totaled three receptions for 61 yards on season... Averaged 24.1 on 31 kick returns and 14.4 yards on five punt returns... 746 total kick return yards ranks third on school's single-season chart... Made college debut in season-opening win at Wake Forest, had no receptions or returns vs. Wake or second game vs. UConn... Made career-first reception (season-long 40-yarder) and career-first kick (season-long 51 yarder) and punt return (season-long 25-yarder) in third game vs. Northwestern State... Became primary kick returner in fifth game at No. 19 Oklahoma, had four kick returns for 99 yards... Had three kick returns vs. No. 14 Oklahoma State, including 44-yarder... Topped 100 yards in kick returns in upset win at Missouri in ninth game, totaled 107 yards on three returns (35.7 average)... Also had two punt returns for 24 yards in Missouri win... Set season-highs with seven returns for 121 yards at Texas A&M in 11th game... Had season-high two receptions in season finale vs. Texas Tech, also made four kick returns for 90 yards.
2008 Season
Sat out first season at Baylor and participated on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility... Earned team's Baylor Offensive Bear Squad award for work on scout team.
High School
W.T. White High School, Dallas, Texas... Ranked 78th on Dallas Morning News' Area Top 100 list... Earned first-team District 11-5A honors as both wide receiver and defensive back as senior... Honorable mention 2007 Class 5A all-state selection as wide receiver by Texas Sports Writers Association... Caught 59 passes for 972 yards and eight touchdowns as senior... Received first-team District 11-5A honors after junior season in which caught 30 balls for 615 yards and five touchdowns... Also member of Longhorns' basketball team... Played for coach Joel Evans at District 11-5A school.
Personal
Son of Angela F. Brown and Jeff Brown, Terrance Williams was born Sept. 18, 1989, in Dallas, Texas... Majoring in general studies.
 
 
LATEST NEWS
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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