WACO, TX - NOVEMBER 19: Terrance Williams #2 of the Baylor Bears makes a catch for a touchdown in the fourth quarter during a game against the Oklahoma Sooners at Floyd Casey Stadium on November 19, 2011 in Waco, Texas. The Baylor Bears defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 45-38. (Photo by Sarah Glenn/Getty Images)
Todd McShay says the Seattle Seahawks will select Baylor WR Terrance Williams in 2013.
2013 Mock Drafts continue to roll out, the latest one comes from ESPN NFL analyst Todd McShay.
Williams, who is 6'3" and 205lbs., is the 3rd of four receivers McShay predicts will go in round 1.
Williams is probably most famous for being on the receiving end of Robert Griffin III's miraculous last second TD pass in an upset win over Oklahoma.
Read a little more on Williams from his bio on Baylor's website
In a separate mock draft done by Sports Illustrated, Williams is projected to end up with the Houston Texnas. However, unlike McShay's draft, they did offer additional commentary on each prospect. Regarding Williams, they said:
A taller version of Kendall Wright. He won't have Robert Griffin III throwing him the ball, but Baylor will still move the chains in the defensively challenged Big 12.
Williams sounds intriguing, and will be a prospect for Seahawks fans to keep an eye on.