Terence Williams

Terence Williams

Running Back
6′2″ / 220 lbs
Ennis, TX
Class of 2014
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Where Are They Now? Top 30 In The Class of 2014
3 yr ago by Brian Ethridge
Where Are They Now? Top 30 In The Class of 2014
Taking a look at the top 30 players of the 2014 class and all the Bears in the State 100.
Brian Ethridge
4 yr ago by Brian Ethridge
Player Availability (UTSA)
Maurice Porter served his half game suspension and will be ready to goTaion Sells will serve two more games and return against OU.Chance Waz will miss the first half due to his targeting ejection in the second half. Jameson Houston will return from a stinger.JaMycal Hasty will be out 3- 4 weeks with a knee sprain. Grayland Arnold will be out 2-5 more weeks with a broken arm.Raleigh Texada will be out until sometime in October recovering from back surgery. Davion Hall does not have a return date at this time.Henry Black played sparingly against Liberty and is closer to 100%.Rajah Preciado will be available after recovering from surgery to a 2016 injury.Sean Muir retired due to concussions following the bowl game and is not available.Terence Williams is out until OU due to shoulder surgery. Eric Ogor should be available for UTSA after being limited due to being knicked up.Timarcus Davis is cleared to return from ACL surgery and could play against UTSA.
Brian Ethridge
4 yr ago by Brian Ethridge
Week of Team Notes (8/5-8/13)
While in Colorado I had several notes sent to me concerning the team so here is a compilation:Offensive line is still a work in progress at times picking up blitzes, but the staff is feeling better about the middle with Tecklenburg and Miller pushing into starting positions. This gives a solid two deep across the line at OG with Teck being a swing to C if needed to backup MillerTecklenburg continues to impress and he's just plain beating out Wilson and Simmons at this pointIf Wilson or Simmons gets back with the 1s it will be by beating out someone the staff feels can be an NFL guy at 6-3 310Zach Smith is stepping up verbally and physically. He's in the best shape he's been in since on campus and the ankle is healed. He's also starting to verbalize his leadership as this is likely his team. Smith has left his lead by example past to also let teammates know he's going to lead in both ways.Anu on the other hand is still working his way into a leadership role and has remained somewhat quiet with the team in a lead by example role.Trestan Ebner is impressing at RB and could move into the backup role while Terence Williams is out. Hasty is by far the most complete back at this time, but John Lovett is going to be great once he adds the necessary strength to his 6-2 frame.Blake Lynch, Denzel Mims, Devontre Stricklin, and Jared Atkinson are all coming along. Atkinson and Lynch must remain healthy, but both has the ability to be game changes. Stricklin is more possession at this time, but has the speed to get by DBs and not be caughtIra Lewis, Bravvion Roy, and Tyrone Hunt are solid inside with James Lynch helping as wellOne area of concern is the OT area as the backups are inexperienced in Henry Klinge, Rob Saulin, and Josh Malin. Each possesses the physical attributes to play, but if Lawrence or Porter go down, expect more help from tight ends in the blocking schemeJordan Feuerbacher has a chance at the NFL if he has 15-20 catches this season per one observerSomething for 2018 and early non-conference - Deonte Williams and Clay Johnston are going to be special on the field along with DeMarco Artis as they can get after the passer in different packages from several positionsJairon McVea may be a kid to watch for a single digit and the opportunity to redshirt one of the 2016 signees that didn't get a chance to do soBaseball Note:Maddux Miller seems to be headed to JC after injuring his back and needing to rehab.
Brian Ethridge
4 yr ago by Brian Ethridge
Team Notes (8/1)
As Colt noted, the team will be practicing tonight at McLaneWe'll have access to our usual time and will film thenThe Chip Kelly influence of screens to RBs will be a great feature for JaMycal Hasty, Terence Williams, Trestan Ebner, John Lovett, Josh Fleeks, Stanley Hackett, and Craig Williams in this offense. Tony Nicholson will also benefit from slip screensBlake Lynch is having a great campJared Atkinson is healthy and starting to show his athleticismTrevon Lewis is out with a tweaked knee and likely to redshirt. It could be worse, but I haven't gotten confirmation beyond it being drained and examinedOL really needs work past the front end guys, which was to be expected. If 3 of the front line went down, Ryan Miller could handle center or guard, but hope BU doesn't lose an OT at this point. Josh Malin is making strides, but still learning. Has the tenacity for it, but until lights come on he'll have some questions. Henry Klinge is picking up the offense, but he's still raw as a freshman. Newman, Moore, and Anderson will be ready for short periods if called upon, but hope to redshirt at least two of them.Khalil Keith is still waiting, but everything points to him being on campus for the start of schoolDL is legit with athleticism and buying into the new coaching. Smith and Nance want to play at the next level and are being dedicated to learning the playbook and new positions.

Career Stats




4A All-State Honorable Mention (AP)
Second Team All-Area (DMN)

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99-100: Elite national prospect (Five-star)

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90-98: Elite state prospect (Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.

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