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Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor

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Terrance Williams WR Baylor

I may be alone on this train for the time being but I think Terrance Williams is the best combination of consistent, playmaker, and clutch in this upcoming draft at WR.

Standing at 6'3 205, he's fast but even deceivingly quicker in-game, makes the tough catches while consistently grabbing the ones he should come down with (*this season...he's improved leaps and bounds after an already stellar 2011), steps up in the big games, has excelled even without RGIII and Wright this season, catches in the flat, mid, and deep areas...he just seems like the most NFL ready all around receiver in this draft. Explosive, consistent, and a great route runner.

I just don't see many reasons, if any at all, why he won't succeed at the next level.

Now the draft is a ways away, but if we eek out some wins down the road and end up outside the top 5, I'd grab him if none of the premier defensive players we want are on the board. Plus I think our o needs more help atm.

I think he'd be great for Newton

Article: http://www.wacotrib.com/sports/baylor/173831471.html

We can upgrade in so many different ways I just thought I'd throw this out there.

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David Gettis lite

or not. nice input

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Like him but can't see him being worth a top 15.

Only wr that is worth that high is Keenan Allen.

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Definitely not in the Top 15.. if he were there in the 2nd round, I'd consider him, but I still think safety is a much higher need in the 2nd round. DT and S with our top 2 picks would be fine with me.

WR and LT next season.

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I'd take him if he was there in the 2nd. I don't see him being a dominating #1, but, the kid has speed and can stretch the field. That's exactly what we need for Smitty to work the slot.

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