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3:06 left in the 3rd quarter Antwan Goodley fumbles a ball and Terrance Williams shows great awareness and hustle to dive to the bottom of the pile and recover the fumble. Difference between winning and losing right there. If we give OSU the ball at midfield in that situation... who knows how the game would have turned out.
tough to see TWill in tears with Briles at the end of the game. So glad for these seniors that they finished the season out so strong.
I got some dust in my eyes around the time I saw that... Darn wind.
We need a pic of that. Much like the Quincy Acy/AJ Walton embrace at the end of the Kentucky game last year. Awesome moments.
Didn't want to start a new thread about TW. But got to thinking about his draft possibilities.
With us playing in San Diego, think the Chargers scouts might give him a look?
They're currently 4-8 on the season, although Phillip Rivers could use some better protection up front, he could also use a better deep threat, no?
I think everyone will give him a serious look.
wouldn't doubt that. but my hope for TW is that he doesn't end up in a dumpster-fire franchise like Kansas City, Oakland...etc. San Diego seems like a place you can still win (once they get rid of Norv Turner)
This post was edited by lankylefty 16 months ago
is there ANY chance he doesn't go in the first round? my brain tells me no, but i don't really follow the "experts" and mock drafts all that closely.
I've seen TWill a ton more than any other WR this year, but my eyes tell me he's the best one out there. He's big, fast, strong, and he's good at the dirty work, like blocking. he was also a really good kick returner his first couple of years at BU, so he could be used there also.
CBS mock draft released today doesn't have him in the 1st round. A&M has 3 top 10 picks and the Heisman Trophy winner and has no championships to show for it? How does that happen?
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Wow! i know i'm biased towards Williams, but i just have a hard time believing that there are 4 WRs in this draft that are better prospects than him.
Love what this says about our Evaluating !!! Good read on other guys as well.
Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor
Dallas (Texas) W.T. White
Baylor's coaching staff discovered Terrance Williams at an off-campus prospect camp. The inner-city Dallas prospect flew under the radar other than that and had a three-star rating according to the recruiting industry.
Rankings and Ratings- Williams was ranked as the nation’s No. 57 wide receiver prospect in the Class of 2008 and the No. 56 overall prospect in the state of Texas. His 247Composite rating of 0.8019 equated to a three-star prospect.
High, Low or Hit- Williams was definitely low. He had a light offer list and Baylor, which is one of the best evaluating programs for its system in the country, scooped him up.
Inside Word- Williams flew under the radar in inner-city Dallas. The Bears spotted him at one of their satellite camps (camps held off campus) and snagged what turned out to be a great prospect.
A look at how the CBSSports.com All-Americans on offense were evaluated by the recruiting industry.
“He'll outwork you, outthink you and he'll cut your throat,” one coach said about Briles. “He's one tough son of a _____.”
Terrance will not slip past Washington, guaranteed
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Washington doesn't have a 1st round pick.
#22 to the Seahawks
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They didn't have the #2 pick last year either :)
Washington's first pick is #16 in the 2nd round as it stands right now. There is no way they can trade into the first round, especially because they can't afford to give up more draft picks. They have way too many holes.
I'm almost certain the Skins will take a guard with their 2nd round pick this year.
I can't remember where it was asked, but someone asked when T-Will would be a consensus all-american. I'd guess that he is now, judging from Bleacher Report's below summary of the 9 all-american lists. The only one he's not on is Bleacher Report's first team (they took T. Austin), and I'm pretty sure Bleacher Report's list must be the least nationally relevant of the ones listed.
I don't think Bleacher Report is relevant to Bleacher Report.
Terrance Williams the only Big12 player on the ESPN All-American team. Nice comments about him and Art Briles on the video clip- go to the WR videos.
ESPN.com's 2012 All-America Team
Me neither. First team All-Americans usually go pretty high in the draft.
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