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BigSyke

Terrance Willams, Baylor, WR

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he led the nation with 1.764 yards on 95 catches and 12 tds. he produced even more without rg3 as qb. he weighs 205 and height is 6'2. he runs a 4.4...... so how do you like this guy??? would you take him in the 1st or second?? tell me your thoughts...... here are a few videos...

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i think he's one wr that will be there for us in the 2nd if we wanted him

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Defaintly want him, He is projecting the 2nd round but he is a beast.

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I Dno if I'm sold on Twill in the 1st. Love to have him in the 2nd!

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okay man so you guys think he might be avaiable in the 2nd?? that would be deal to me....

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okay man so you guys think he might be avaiable in the 2nd?? that would be deal to me....

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