Weight: 208 pounds
40 Yard Dash: 4.52
Vertical Jump: 32.5″
Broad Jump: 119″
Scouting Report/Player Notes
I think this could be one of the more underrated receivers in the draft this year. Terrance Williams did nothing at Baylor but produce, produce, produce, and then produce some more. Any time you are a unanimous first-team All-American, teams in the NFL are going to take notice, but it doesn’t end there for Williams. He followed up a senior season where he led the nation in receiving with a combine where he came in with good size at 6’2″ 208 pounds and ran a 4.52 second 40 yard dash. Those are really good numbers to stand by. Capable of being a possession receiver out of the slot, outside, and capable ot making big plays after the catch. Decent quickness and agility for a guy his size, but certainly no Tavon Austin in that category. I think he’s a borderline first/second round talent who could be a steal on day two if he lasts that far.
Career Highlights (via Baylor athletics site)
2012 unanimous first-team All-America
2012 Biletnikoff Award finalist
2013 Senior Bowl
2013 NFL Draft Scouting Combine
2012 unanimous first-team All-Big 12
2011 All-Big 12
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.
Video Highlights (via YouTube)