Baylor snags commit #1 for 2014: Ennis RB Terence Williams

Jerome Miron-US PRESSWIRE

Baylor kept its streak of ending the first official Junior Day of each year with a commit alive moments ago with the commitment of Ennis RB Terence Williams.

I'll have more as this story develops, but know that this kid is an absolute bruiser of a back reminiscent of our own Glasco Martin, who is developing into a rich man's Paul Moseley. He committed this afternoon at Baylor's first official Junior Day of the 2014 recruiting season after meeting with the coaches personally. Congrats to them (the coaches) and him for pulling the trigger!

Williams' 247Sports profile doesn't show much yet, but I'm confident that Baylor wouldn't target him and accept his commitment this early without believing he was worth the effort. I'm excited to start the 2014 recruiting class, obviously, and even more so to do it with a guy like Williams. The fact that his name so closely resembles one of the greatest receivers in the history of our program is just the icing on the cake.

Check out his HUDL videos and give me your thoughts. Welcome to the Baylor family, Terence!

PS. Seeing this one coming a bit, I made a new hub for 2014 recruiting news. This is the first entry on that page so far.

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