3(74) Terrance Williams WR Baylor Mel Kiper Jr., ESPN: 11th rated WR, 93rd rated player overall, 3rd-4th round projection. With Kendall Wright moving on to the NFL, Williams stepped up his game in 2012 and became both the go-to receiver and the Bears' vocal leader. He has good size and a smooth, gliding style. His fluid nature hides his deceptive speed and he brings good hands and a real toughness to the table. Now projecting him into the NFL is tricky because the question with him will be, how much separation will he get vs. NFL cornerbacks? Williams' burst out of his break is just average and he made a lot of catches in the open field thanks to Baylor spreading the field so often. However, he can make the catch when he's covered, using his body like a power forward boxing out for a rebound. At the pro level, he'll need better burst to gain separation and if he can find that, he has the size, hands and natural receiving skills to be a decent to good #2 WR in the NFL. - Nolan Nawrocki, Pro Football Weekly: 6th rated WR, 49th player overall, 2nd-3rd round projection. Smoother than sudden, Williams is a tall, lean, narrow framed, high-cut "X" receiver whose production exceeds his measurables. Has a ceiling as an outside-the-numbers #2 receiver with vertical ability. - Frank Coyle, Draft Insiders Digest: 8th rated WR, 70th player overall, 2nd-3rd round projection. Fast prospect with the physical talent to be an impact player in time in his NFL career. His developing receiving skills of excellent body control, leaping ability and hands may merit him a rookie starting job. He has quality talent that will fit in any type of offense, but is especially effective deep where he can take the lid off the defense. He will probably be chosen in the top 75 picks and could land in the mid 2nd day. He had an impressive pro day, running in the low 4.4 times and catching well. Talented receiver with the skill set to be an early NFL starter. - Scouts Inc., ESPN: 8th rated WR, 59th player overall, 2nd-3rd round projection. Williams is a limited short-to-intermediate route runner who will have problems separating from underneath man coverage, unless he improves the way he sets up his breaks. He could also become more consistent with his hands. He's a good value in the late 2nd-3rd round area because he can take the top off coverages. He is a long strider who tracks the deep ball well and is also athletic enough to come down with jump balls. - Rob Rang, NFL Draft Scout: 8th rated WR, 60th player overall, 2nd round projection. Williams looks the part with a lengthy frame and vertical speed to create separation downfield, showing excellent footwork along the sideline. Has some creative ability to make something happen with the ball in his hands. Gliding athlete with smooth acceleration and long-striding speed. Good body control and balance for his size with smooth transitions and movements. Not a burner but catches the ball in stride and has the flexibility to make tough catches. Average route runner who needs continued improvement.