TERRANCE WILLIAMS

Wide Receiver/Return Specialist

Baylor University Bears

#2

6:01.7-201

Dallas, Texas

W.T. White High School

 

OVERVIEW

The 2011 season was a breakout campaign for the Bears program, as their ten victories matched the team’s previous best from the 1980 squad. Baylor returned to the post-season for the second consecutive season after “going home” after the regular schedule each year since earning a bowl berth in 1994.

 

The success of the 2011 squad was due to an explosive aerial attack that featured Heisman Trophy winner, Robert Griffin III guiding the offense before departing the school to reap NFL Rookie of the Year honors. RG III’s favorite target was Kendall Wright, who became the first Baylor wide receiver to be selected in the first round of the draft, when Tennessee called out his name with the 20th selection.

 

Playing in a supporting role that year was Williams, who finished second on the squad with an efficient 59 receptions for 957 yards, finding the end zone with eleven of those grabs during a 2011 season that earned him All-Big Twelve Conference second-team honors.

 

With RG III and Wright now playing in the National Football League, the 2012 season’s success for the Bears rested solely on the rapid development of Williams as the team’s “go-to” target. He would not disappoint, as he worked hard in the off-season to work on areas of his game that had drawn concerns from professional scouts.

 

Williams would be the first to admit that prior to the 2012 off-season, he had not really been known as a “workout warrior.” The staff felt that he needed to mature and learn what it would take to attain the success on the field that both Griffin III and Wright had during their Baylor careers.

 

Williams spent quite a few hours working on consistency and polish in order to gain better separation vs. press coverage, a problem that he had in the past. With his sudden burst and explosive second gear, he no longer was taking the false steps and lethargic start off the snap that prevented him from realizing his deep threat ability during his first three years in college.

 

As a senior, Williams displayed a much better burst out of his breaks and proved that he had the ability to easily gobble up the cushion and get behind the defensive back. He would go on to set the school season-record with 1,832 yards receiving in 2012, as his 97 catches and twelve touchdowns both placed second on the Bears annual record chart. Proving that he was more than capable of stretching the field, he had at least one catch for 40 yards or longer in eleven of the thirteen games he appeared in.

 

That success was due to Williams demonstrating the body control to adjust to off-target throws and showing that he could do a nice job of tracking and adjusting to deep throws. With his new-found quick start and adding an array of moves and fakes, he combined that with deceiving top-end speed to stretch the field vertically. Where he had his most success was in finding the seam, where he was able to turn a short throw into a big gain.

 

 

 

The Dallas, Texas native first played organized football as a member of the W.T. White High School team. His breakout campaign came in 2006, when the junior pulled down 30 balls for 615 yards and five touchdowns to earn first-team All-District 11-5A honors. As a senior, he competed on both sides of the ball to again garner All-District honors, in addition to being named Class 5A All-State honorable mention by the Texas Sports Writers Association in 2007.

 

Williams was rated the 78th-best prospect on the Dallas Morning News’ Area Top 100 team that year. He hauled in 59 passes for 972 yards and eight touchdowns as senior. Once the gridiron season ended, he would suit up for the Longhorns’ basketball team.

 

Williams enrolled at Baylor University in 2008, shunning other offers from Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Colorado State, Kansas and Kansas State. He earned the Bears’ Offensive Squad Award while red-shirting as a member of the scout team that season. In 2009, he was relegated to special team duties mostly, averaging 24.06 yards on 31 kickoff returns and 14.4 yards as a punt returner. In brief action on offense, he caught three passes for 61 yards.

 

As a sophomore, Williams started ten games at flanker, placing third on the squad with 43 receptions for 484 yards (11.26 ypc) and four touchdowns. He remained a key part of the return game, taking back 20 kickoffs for a 21.35-yard average. He also averaged 11.25 yards on eight punt returns en route to compiling 1,004 all-purpose yards.

 

Williams started eleven more times as a junior. His 59 catches placed ninth on the school season-record chart and his 957 receiving yards were good for fifth on the annual list. He also tied for third in the record books with eleven touchdowns, scoring at least once in seven games before being kept out of the end zone in the Alamo Bowl.

 

Since the institution of the NFL Draft, Baylor has mainly been known for supplying offensive and defensive linemen to the professional ranks (60 out of 155 draft picks).

However, things have changed a bit in Waco lately, as three wide receivers were picked in the NFL or supplemental draft since 2010. Before that, only nine Baylor receivers were selected from 1936-2009.

 

With his 2012 performance, followed by an impressive showing during practices at the prestigious 2013 Senior Bowl, Williams could join Kendall Wright as Baylor’s only receivers to go in the first round of the NFL Draft. The All-American and All-Big Twelve Conference choice led the nation with an average of 140.92 receiving yards per game and placed second in the conference with 1,846 all-purpose yards, a school season-record.

 

Baylor passing coordinator Kendal Briles said that with Wright gone, he wanted Williams to step up into a leadership role in encouraging his offensive teammates. Not only that, Williams got reacquainted with QB Nick Florence, Williams’ QB for the better part of his redshirt freshman season.

 

“That summer when Robert [Griffin III] left, we got back together and started getting on the same page with the routes,” Williams said. “We came three times a week to practice the routes and just know where each of us were going to be. Once we mastered that, we knew we were going to be ready for the season.” Williams quickly became Florence’s go-to receiver, and it showed during a five-game stretch vs. Big Twelve competition, when Williams exploded for 54-987-6, including 314 yards against West Virginia.

 

“It was me being a competitor and trying to do the best I can to help my team win,” explained the Maxwell Award finalist. “Basically, when my number was called, I had to join that play. Those were the games where I had my mind molded so to join that play when they called my number.” His number would be called to the tune of 97 times, establishing a Bears annual record with 1,832 yards, as his average of 18.89 yards per catch is the fourth-best in a season by a Baylor performer.

 

Briles, who also coached Carolina Panthers receiver David Gettis and the Cleveland Browns’ Josh Gordon in recent years at Baylor, compares Williams to Jerry Rice with his smooth play and secure hands. “He’s got a great knack to get open,” Briles said. “He’s a quarterback’s friend. Somehow and some way, Terrance is going to get open and find a way to come down with the ball. He has a great knack for playing receiver and knowing the position. He makes my job coaching pretty easy. I just put him on the field and watch him work. I think that part of him is similar to the way Jerry Rice played the game.”

 

The recent boom in wide receivers excelling at Baylor, Briles said, is in part because the coaches prevent receivers from being hit during practice, and the strength and conditioning program, run by Kaz Kazadi, properly develops their strength and keeps them healthy. Good play-calling doesn’t hurt either.

 

“They wanted us to play the best we could,” Williams said. “With what David, Kendall, Josh and I did, what we all learned is that they put us in spots where we could have the long, big plays from feeding off the run. If people like us keep going to the league, then Baylor is a very hot spot where you would want to keep coming. To have people with that type of yardage, it would seem like a hot spot to me.”

 

“You’ve got to have your head in the game every single play, and you have to be in the right spot at the right time for the quarterback to come your way, and you never know when they will come your way,” Williams said. “You’ve got to keep paying attention to that.” The future draft pick not only will make his future NFL team really happy, but his play might convince other wide receivers that Baylor is the program to fully develop their talents.

 

 

 

 

Terrance Williams (born September 18, 1989) is an American football wide receiver for the Baylor Bears. He is considered one of the best wide receiver prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft.[1] [edit] Early yearsWilliams attended W. T. White High School in Dallas, Texas. As a senior he had 59 receptions for 972 yards and eight touchdowns.

[edit] College careerFrom 2008 to 2011, Williams had 105 receptions for 1,502 yards with 15 touchdowns. Williams was also a Biletnikoff Award Finalist for 2011.

 

 

ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATE

BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST

MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST

 

Fifth-year senior, third-year starter and returning All-Big 12 receiver… All-America candidate, listed on 2012 Maxwell Award watch list, given to America’s oustanding college football player… Played all 38 games of career (tied for most on team), 21 career starts (fifth on team)… Among all-time leaders on Baylor’s career receiving charts: tied for fifth with 15 career TDs, ninth in career yards with 1,502 and 11th in career receptions with 105 heading into 2012… Became 22nd player in program history to reach 1,000 career receiving yards… Recipient of historic game-winning 34-yard TD pass from Robert Griffin III with 8 seconds remaining to defeat No. 5 Oklahoma, RG3’s definitive “Heisman Moment”… Receptions in 26 of last 27 games heading into 2012… Named 2012 preseason All-American by Phil Steele… Selected 2012 All-Big 12 in Lindy’s, Blue Ribbon Yearbook, Athlon Sports and Phil Steele preseason publications… Listed as No. 10 wide receiver nationally by Lindy’s… Timed at 4.48 in 40-yard dash… Former returner, ranked among school’s career kickoff return leaders – sixth in yardage (1,180), seventh in average (22.3) and eighth in returns (53).

 

CAREER NOTES

Williams started 34 of the 51 games he played in for Baylor at the flanker position, coming up with 202 receptions for 3,334 yards (16.50 ypc) and 27 touchdowns, ranking 16th among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision performers with a his 202 grabs, as his yardage figure placed third and his touchdown catches tied Clemson’s DeAndre Hopkins for third…Scored 162 points, as he rushed three times for 17 yards…On special teams, he recorded two solo tackles, returned 53 kickoffs for 1,180 yards (22.26 avg) and thirteen punts for 162 yards (12.46 avg)…Set the school career-record with 4,693 all-purpose yards, an average of 92.02 yards per game, topping the previous mark of 4,479 yards by Kendall Wright (2008-11)…His 202 catches are topped by only Wright (302) on the school career-record list…His 3,334 yards receiving also fall behind Wright’s total of 4,004 yards and rank sixth in Big Twelve annals behind Ryan Broyles of Oklahoma (4,586; 2008-11), Rashaun Woods of Oklahoma State (4,414; 2000-03), Kendall Wright, Roy Williams of Texas (3,866; 2000-03) and Justin Blackmon of Oklahoma State (3,564; 2009-11)…The Bears receiver’s 27 touchdown receptions are topped by just Kendall Wright (30) on the school all-time record chart, as that duo are the only Bears players to pull down at least twenty passes for touchdowns in a career…Williams average of 16.50 yards per catch is fifth-best in Baylor annals, topped by Melvin Bonner (21.57; 1989-92), Bruce Davis (19.62; 1980-83), Matt Clark (18.27; 1984-87) and Robert Holt (18.03; 1978-80)…His 53 kickoff returns tied Trooper Taylor (1988-92) for the sixth-most in a career by a Baylor player, while he finished sixth with 1,180 kickoff return yards and fifth with a 22.26-yard kickoff return average.

 

2012 SEASON

Williams was named a first-team All-American by The NFL Draft Report, Football Writers Association of America, Associated Press, the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Sporting News, ESPN, SI.com, CBSSports, FoxSportsNext, Phil Steele and the American Football Coaches Association, marking his tenth first-team All-American honor of the season. The selection makes Williams Baylor’s sixth all-time unanimous All-American, joining Bill Glass (1956), Mike Singletary (1980), Thomas Everett (1986), Santana Dotson (1991) and Daniel Sepulveda (2006)…Williams is the Bears’ first offensive skill position player to be named a unanimous All-American…Also is the 15th player in program history to be named a FWAA All-American, and he joins Robert Griffin III (2011), Jason Smith (2008) and Sepulveda (2006) as the only Baylor honorees during the Big Twelve Conference era…He combines with RG III to give Baylor FWAA All-Americans in consecutive seasons for the third time in program history, and Williams joins Stanley Williams (1951) and Lawrence Elkins (1963 & 1964) as the only FWAA All-American receivers in program history…One of three Biletnikoff Award finalists, Williams added unanimous All-Big Twelve Conference first-team accolades…Started all thirteen games at flanker, leading the nation with an average of 140.92 receiving yards per game, as he placed second in the league and 22nd in the FBS ranks with an average of 142.0 all-purpose yards per game…Led the team with a career-high 97 receptions for 1,832 yards (18.89 ypc) and twelve touchdowns, adding 14 yards on two carries while scoring 72 points…Recorded a solo tackle vs. Kansas State and set the school season-record with 1,846 all-purpose yards, topping the old mark of 1,772 yards by Kendall Wright in 2011…His 97 receptions placed second on the Bears annual record chart, topped by Wright’s 108 in 2011…His 1,832 receiving yards set a new school season-record, bettering the previous mark of 1,663 yards by Wright during the 2011 campaign. His receiving yardage figure ranks second on the Big Twelve annual record list behind Michael Crabtree of Texas Tech (1,962 in 2007) and placed Williams seventh on the NCAA FBS record sheets. Only Trevor Insley of Nevada (2,060 in 1999), Troy Edwards of Louisiana Tech (1,996 in 1998), Michael Crabtree, Jordan White of Western Michigan (1,911 in 2011), Greg Salas of Hawaii (1,889 in 2010) and Alex Van Dyke of Nevada (1,854 in 1995) gained more receiving yards in a season for a major college…

Williams’ twelve touchdown grabs rank second on the school season charts behind Kendall Wright’s record fourteen in 2011…His average of 18.89 yards per reception is the fourth-best by a Bear in a season, ranking behind Melvin Bonner (24.59 in 1991 and 20.97 in 1992), Marvin Callies (19.77 in 1993) and Matt Clark (18.62 in 1985)…Made 15 receptions of 40-plus yards, including three TDs of 74 yards or longer…Caught two touchdowns in four straight games between second game and fifth game…Totaled 100-plus yards in seven of first eight games (just once over final four games)…Set three school marks in a record-breaking game at West Virginia – 17 receptions for 314 yards (catches, yards, all-purpose yards)…Caught touchdowns of 74 and 77 yards vs. Texas Christian, as he tallied 163 yards on just three grabs…Added seven snatches for 138 yards vs. Southern Methodist and 131 yards with two scores on six grabs vs. Sam Houston State…Had ten receptions for 183 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown at Texas…Totaled 190 yards on 13 catches vs. Iowa State and posted double-digit receptions for the third straight game with an 11-catch, 137-yard effort with a score in the Kansas clash…Made seven grabs for 175 yards and a touchdown vs. Texas Tech in 11th game…Closed out his career with a season-low two receptions for 68 yards in the Holiday Bowl vs. UCLA.

 

2011 SEASON

Williams played in thirteen games, starting eleven at flanker (came off the bench vs. and saw limited action vs. Stephen F. Austin due to an ankle sprain and was a reserve in the Texas A&M clash)…Received All-Big Twelve Conference second-team accolades from The NFL Draft Report and Dallas Morning News, adding honorable mention from the league’s coaches and Associated Press…Finished second on the team with 59 receptions for 957 yards (16.22 ypc) and eleven touchdowns, scoring 66 points as he also fielded two short kicks for seven yards and recorded a solo tackle in the Texas A&M contest…His 59 grabs rank ninth on the school season-record list, where his 957 receiving yards placed fifth…

His eleven touchdown catches tied Melvin Bonner (1992) for third on Baylor’s annual record chart behind Williams twelve scores in 2012 and Kendall Wright’s record of fourteen in 2011…Had four 100-yard performances and began a seven game string in the second half where he caught at least one touchdown in each contest…Opened the season scoring twice on six grabs for 126 yards vs. Texas Christian before injuring his ankle, leading to the only game where he did not catch a pass in 2011 – vs. Stephen F. Austin…

Returned to a starting role vs. Rice in third game and caught two passes for 25 yards, including a four-yard score…Had eight catches for 146 yards, including a season-long 77-yard touchdown at Texas A&M…Made eight receptions and racked up a season-high 154 receiving yards and one score at Oklahoma State…Followed with his third straight 100-yard game with seven catches for 100 yards and two scores vs. Missouri and made five catches for 99 yards and touchdown vs. Oklahoma…Closed out the regular season with four catches for 88 yards and touchdown vs. Texas…Snapped a streak of seven straight games with a touchdown catch in the Valero Alamo Bowl win over Washington, but he totaled six catches for 62 yards.

 

2010 SEASON

Williams started ten games at flanker while appearing in all thirteen contests…Part of a revived aerial attack that finished 13th in the nation in total offense (475.31 ypc) as he ranked third on the unit with 43 receptions for 484 yards (11.26 ypc) and four touchdowns, scoring 24 points…Carried once for 3 yards, gained 90 yards on eight punt returns (11.25 avg) and 427 yards on twenty kickoff returns (21.35 avg), averaging 77.23 all-purpose yards (1,004 total) for his sophomore season.

 

 

 

 

 

2009 SEASON

Williams appeared in every game as a reserve receiver, making his greatest impact on special teams, where he averaged 24.06 yards on 31 kickoff returns for 746 yards and gained 72 yards on five punt returns to be named Baylor’s Co-Special Teams MVP…Also saw brief action on offense, coming up with three receptions for 61 yards (20.33 ypc).

 

2008 SEASON

Williams sat out his first season at Baylor and participated on the practice squad, as he redshirted to retain eligibility.

 

INJURY REPORT

2011 Season…Made just a brief appearance off the bench vs. Stephen F. Austin (9/17) after suffering an ankle sprain the previous week vs. Texas Christian.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.48 in the 40-yard dash…1.55 10-yard dash…2.59 20-yard dash…4.25 20-yard shuttle…

11.11 60-yard shuttle…6.82 three-cone drill…35 ½-inch vertical jump…10’0” broad jump… Bench pressed 225 pounds 16 times…30 5/8-inch arm length…8 3/4-inch hands…74 1/8-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Williams attended W.T. White (Dallas, Tex.) High School, playing football for head coach Joel Evans…His breakout campaign came in 2006, when the junior pulled down 30 balls for 615 yards and five touchdowns to earn first-team All-District 11-5A honors…As a senior, he competed on both sides of the ball to again garner All-District honors, in addition to being named Class 5A All-State honorable mention by the Texas Sports Writers Association in 2007…Rated the 78th-best prospect on the Dallas Morning News’ Area Top 100 team that year…Hauled in 59 passes for 972 yards and eight touchdowns as senior… Once the gridiron season ended, he would suit up for the Longhorns’ basketball team.

 

PERSONAL

Williams graduated in December, 2012, with a degree in General Studies…Son of Angela F. Brown and Jeff Brown…Born 9/18/89 in Dallas, Texas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

RECEIVING STATISTICS…R/PG indicates receptions per game…GM/AVG indicates average yards gained per game.
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG R/PG GM/AVG
2009 12 00   03     0061 20.33  00    40  0.25    005.08
2010 13 10   43     0484 11.26  04    59  3.31    037.23
2011 13 11   59     0957 16.22  11    77  4.54    073.62
2012 13 13   97     1832 18.89  12    80  7.46    140.92
TOTAL 51 34 202     3334 16.50  27    80  3.96    065.37

 

KICKOFF RETURNS PUNT RETURNS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2009  31      746 24.06  00    51  05      072 14.40  00    25
2010  20      427 21.35  00    33  08      090 11.25  00    36
2011  02      007 03.50  00    06  00      000 00.00  00    00
2012  00      000 00.00  00    00  00      000 00.00  00    00
TOTAL  53    1180 22.26  00    51  13      162 12.46  00    36

 

RUSHING STATISTICS DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG TK SO AS FR FC
2009  00      000  0.00  00    00  00  00  00  00  00
2010  01      003  3.00  00    03  00  00  00  00  00
2011  00      000  0.00  00    00  01  01  00  00  00
2012  02      014  7.00  00    08  01  01  00  00  00
TOTAL  03      017  5.67  00    08  02  02  00  00  00

 

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
STATS GM PLAYS CATCH RUSH K/RET P/RET YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2009 12      039     0061     000     746     072     0879   00  22.54    073.25
2010 13      072     0484     003     427     090     1004   04  13.94    077.23
2011 13      061     0957     000     007     000     0964   11  15.80    074.15
2012 13      099     1832     014     000     000     1846   12  18.65    142.00
TOTAL 51      271     3334     017   1180     162     4693   27  17.32    092.02

 

 

 

WILLIAMS GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

SMU 09/02/12 SMU 59-24

Yes

1

8

0

8

0

7

138

0

0

0

Sam Houston St. 09/15/12 Sam Houston St. 48-23

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

131

2

2

12

La.-Monroe 09/21/12 at La.-Monroe 47-42

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

84

2

2

12

West Virginia 09/29/12 at West Virginia 63-70

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

17

314

2

2

12

TCU 10/13/12 TCU 21-49

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

3

163

2

2

12

Texas 10/20/12 at Texas 50-56

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

10

183

1

1

6

Iowa St. 10/27/12 at Iowa St. 21-35

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

13

190

0

0

0

Kansas 11/03/12 Kansas 41-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

11

137

1

1

6

Oklahoma 11/10/12 at Oklahoma 34-42

Yes

1

6

0

6

0

6

91

0

0

0

Kansas St. 11/17/12 Kansas St. 52-24

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

5

87

1

1

6

Texas Tech 11/24/12 Texas Tech 52-45

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

7

175

1

1

6

Oklahoma St. 12/01/12 Oklahoma St. 41-34

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

71

0

0

0

UCLA 12/27/12 UCLA 49-26

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

2

68

0

0

0

Season Totals

2

14

0

14

0

97

1832

12

12

72

 

 

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Receiving

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

TCU 09/02/11 TCU 50-48

Yes

6

126

2

0

0

0

2

12

Stephen F. Austin 09/17/11 Stephen F. Austin 48-0

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rice 09/24/11 Rice 56-31

Yes

2

25

1

0

0

0

1

6

Kansas St. 10/01/11 at Kansas St. 35-36

Yes

1

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

Iowa St. 10/08/11 Iowa St. 49-26

Yes

5

46

0

0

0

0

0

0

Texas A&M 10/15/11 at Texas A&M 28-55

Yes

8

146

1

0

0

0

1

6

Oklahoma St. 10/29/11 at Oklahoma St. 24-59

Yes

8

154

1

0

0

0

1

6

Missouri 11/05/11 Missouri 42-39

Yes

7

100

2

2

7

0

2

12

Kansas 11/12/11 at Kansas 31-30

Yes

4

52

1

0

0

0

1

6

Oklahoma 11/19/11 Oklahoma 45-38

Yes

5

99

1

0

0

0

1

6

Texas Tech 11/26/11 Texas Tech 66-42

Yes

3

50

1

0

0

0

1

6

Texas 12/03/11 Texas 48-24

Yes

4

88

1

0

0

0

1

6

Washington 12/29/11 Washington 67-56

Yes

6

62

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

59

957

11

2

7

0

11

66

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Sam Houston St. 09/04/10 SHSU 34-3

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

2

28

1

0

0

0

2

50

0

1

6

Buffalo 09/11/10 Buffalo 34-6

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

68

0

4

52

0

2

52

0

0

0

TCU 09/18/10 at TCU 10-45

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

37

0

1

8

0

4

91

0

0

0

Rice 09/25/10 at Rice 30-13

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

2

23

0

1

14

0

3

66

0

0

0

Kansas 10/02/10 Kansas 55-7

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

101

2

2

16

0

0

0

0

2

12

Texas Tech 10/09/10 Texas Tech 38-45

Yes

1

3

0

3

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

4

77

0

0

0

Colorado 10/16/10 at Colorado 31-25

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

0

0

0

0

3

65

0

0

0

Kansas St. 10/23/10 Kansas St. 47-42

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

3

38

0

0

0

0

1

18

0

0

0

Texas 10/30/10 at Texas 30-22

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

3

77

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

Oklahoma St. 11/06/10 at OKSU 28-55

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

73

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Texas A&M 11/13/10 Texas A&M 30-42

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

12

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oklahoma 11/20/10 Oklahoma 24-53

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

2

7

0

0

0

0

1

8

0

0

0

Illinois 12/29/10 Illinois 14-38

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

1

12

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

1

3

0

3

0

43

484

4

8

90

0

20

427

0

4

24

 

2009 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Wake Forest 09/05/09 at Wake Forest 24-21

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Connecticut 09/19/09 Connecticut 22-30

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Northwestern St. 09/26/09 Northwestern St. 68-13

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Kent St. 10/03/09 Kent St. 31-15

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oklahoma 10/10/09 at Oklahoma 7-33

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Iowa St. 10/17/09 at Iowa St. 10-24

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oklahoma St. 10/24/09 Oklahoma St. 7-34

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Nebraska 10/31/09 Nebraska 10-20

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Missouri 11/07/09 at Missouri 40-32

Yes

0

0

0

2

24

0

3

107

0

0

0

Texas 11/14/09 Texas 14-47

Yes

0

0

0

1

23

0

4

90

0

0

0

Texas A&M 11/21/09 at Texas A&M 3-38

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

7

121

0

0

0

Texas Tech 11/28/09 Texas Tech 13-20

Yes

2

21

0

1

0

0

4

90

0

0

0

Season Totals

2

21

0

4

47

0

18

408

0

0

0

Data provided by Dave-Te Thomas, Publisher of The NFL Draft Reports for TonySoftli.com; Tony Softli Draft Board