Draft Rewind 2013 – Terrance Williams – Dallas Cowboys

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about TERRANCE WILLIAMS: Baylor, 6020 208 4.51. Three-year starter who is a fifth year senior. Has played in 51 games in his career. Played in a spread zone based offense that distributes the ball to a variety of receivers and backs. Concentration and courage to catch over the middle. Soft hands. Holds the ball on contact. Good sized receiver who will compete for the ball in the air. Two of his biggest catches in 2011 were vertical ‘9’ routes catching the ball for touchdowns versus Texas and Oklahoma. He can beat press man coverage off the line with his quick feet. Good contact balance to keep his feet after hit and get yards after catch. Uses a stiff arm to ward off low tacklers. Good cutting ability in space. He has also made the layout diving catches. An NFL caliber productive athlete who built on his strong junior year averaging over 18 yards per catch. A three level receiver who can go vertical and make the tough over shoulder catch. Can separate with strength and a quick burst. An outside pass catcher who is athletic after catch. Ability to break tackles and split defenders. Eventual starter with developmental time. Caught 202 passes in his career. 2012 stats: 97-1832, 18.9 ypr, 12 TD. OSR:25/37. Second/third round. (A-31 1/4, H-8 3/4, VJ-32.5, SS-4.32).

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