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A lot of teams have third-round grades on Baylor WR Terrance Williams, according to NFL Network's Mike Mayock.
Mayock believes Williams followed up a less than average Senior Bowl with a poor COmbine performance, showing little explosiveness in lower body tests. Apparently, teams see him as a glider or smooth athlete who lacks a quick twitch or second gear.


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Post Re: Terence Williams stock dipping?
He would be a great pick if he's still there in the 3rd Rd. I think he'd be a good pick at the end of the 2nd as well.


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Post Re: Terence Williams stock dipping?
That's what I've been trying to say on Williams. I like him, but he's a little stiff.

I still think he goes in the 2nd round. He just have good vertical speed, nice hands, uses his body well both short and deep, and plays tough over the middle.


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A lot of teams have third-round grades on Baylor WR Terrance Williams, according to NFL Network's Mike Mayock.
Mayock believes Williams followed up a less than average Senior Bowl with a poor COmbine performance, showing little explosiveness in lower body tests. Apparently, teams see him as a glider or smooth athlete who lacks a quick twitch or second gear.



I heard Mayock when he made that statement. All of these players have weaknesses that need to be improved.

At the end of the day, I think he still goes in the 2nd round and is very good value.

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Post Re: Terence Williams stock dipping?
If he's still there in the 3rd....... :grin:
We have to pick him! But Ireland is picking so who the hell knows.... :cry:


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He would be a great pick if he's still there in the 3rd Rd. I think he'd be a good pick at the end of the 2nd as well.


If he's still there in the late 2nd to mid 3rd, we need to pounce. This kid is a good football player.


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That's what I've been trying to say on Williams. I like him, but he's a little stiff.

I still think he goes in the 2nd round. He just have good vertical speed, nice hands, uses his body well both short and deep, and plays tough over the middle.


I rather Hopkins or Bailey over him in the 2nd. He catches the ball waaaay to much with his body and he has little to no wiggle and falls after first contact!


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Phins Rock wrote:
That's what I've been trying to say on Williams. I like him, but he's a little stiff.

I still think he goes in the 2nd round. He just have good vertical speed, nice hands, uses his body well both short and deep, and plays tough over the middle.


I rather Hopkins or Bailey over him in the 2nd. He catches the ball waaaay to much with his body and he has little to no wiggle and falls after first contact!


DeAndre Hopkins is a kid I love, but I am not sure if he makes it to the 2nd round. He ran a 4.57 40 at the combine and 4.52 40 at Clemson Pro Day today.

He plays at that speed and his ball skills are very good. He was good in the drills at the combine and he was good in the drills today.

I did not mock him to Miami because I did not think he would be there, so we will see how things develop these next few weeks.

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