Baylor receiver Terrance Williams is the Big 12's only representative on the ESPN All-American Team. Here's what I wrote about him.
Terrance Williams got his chance to emerge from Kendall Wright's shadow, and Baylor quickly found out he could be even more productive. Wright led the Big 12 a year ago, but Williams validated his status as a likely NFL first-rounder by leading the nation with 1,764 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns. Williams, a 6-foot-2, 205-pound Dallas native, didn't have a Heisman winner throwing him the ball, but he still helped Baylor become the nation's No. 1 offense with a barrage of big plays. His 32 catches of 20 yards or longer were 11 more than any other player in the country.