NFL Soup|Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Terrance Williams 2013 NFL Draft Scouting Report 

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Player: Terrance Williams

Position: WR

College: Baylor

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 208 lbs

40 Time: 4.52


Not afraid to go up vertically and fight for the ball while it’s in the air. Plays physical at times and can get off of press coverage. Dangerous after the catch, having the agility and lateral ability to make people miss. Very willing blocker and a successful one at that. Very productive in college. Has a knack for big plays. Has great size and ball skills. Pretty good run blocker.


A bit of a one dimensional receiver, never really showing an ability to catch the ball over the middle of the field consistently. Doesn’t possess elite speed, but plays faster than his forty time (4.52) indicates. Never really seemed to learn the route tree, and really needs work perfecting his route running skills.


Williams is an electric player with nice size and speed. His major knock is his lack of versatility. He isn’t a great route runner and doesn’t have the best hands, either, but in the end he’s a game-breaker who can take the top off of the defense at times, and work magic with the ball in his hands. He’ll end up being drafting somewhere in the second or third round.

Draft Range: Second to Third Round

Interested Teams: Jets, Panthers, Rams, Vikings

NFL Player Comparison: Mike Wallace (not as fast)

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About the author: Keet Bailey

Keet Bailey heads the NFL Draft division of NFL Soup. Bailey’s 2012 NFL Mock Draft scored 12th overall among 112 participants according to The Huddle Report’s Annual Mock Draft scoring contest. An avid Cleveland Browns fan, Keet hails from and resides in Ohio. Follow Keet on Twitter @NFLSoupKeet

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