After decommitting from the Baylor Bears on Sunday, 2014 athlete Terence Williams decided to “re-commit” to Baylor on April 24th. The four-star Texas recruit originally committed to Baylor back in February before decommitting, but decided that Baylor was the right choice in the end.
Besides Baylor, Williams only had offers from two other Texas teams. These teams were the Texas A&M Aggies and the TCU Horned Frogs.
According to the 247 Sports “skills” feature, Terence Williams’ best skills are his versatility, athleticism, and size. The one skill that is his “weakest” skill is his explosiveness.
Williams is not the type of runner that will try to explode through the line of scrimmage in order to get to the next level. Instead, he will use his size and athleticism to stiff arm and force defenders to the ground.
As a running back at Ennis High School in 2012, Williams recorded 1,368 rushing yards on 211 carries, fifteen rushing touchdowns, 296 receiving yards on twelve receptions, and four receiving touchdowns.
The four-star recruit is currently ranked 31st in the state of Texas and 18th among athletes among 2014 high school recruits by 247Sports.
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