After placing five players in the 2012 NFL Mock Draft, Art Briles' Baylor football program shows no signs of slowing down in 2013, as the Bears have two more players considered first-round prospects:
27. Houston Texans -- Terrence Williams, WR, Baylor
A taller version of Kendall Wright. He won't have Robert Griffin III throwing him the ball, but Baylor will still move the chains in the defensively challenged Big 12.
28. Chicago Bears -- Cyril Richardson, OT, Baylor
Baylor has produced two first-rounders on the offensive line over the last three years -- Jason Smith and Danny Watkins -- and Richardson could be better than both of them.
Williams, a 6'3 205 WR from W.T. White High School in Dallas, caught 59 balls for 957 yards and 11 TD's last season. With the departure of RG3 and Kendall Wright to the NFL, Williams will have to help break in a new QB while becoming the main line on an opponent's scouting report.
The game-winning TD pass Williams caught against Oklahoma last season:
Richardson, a 6'5 335 OT from North Crowley High School in Fort Worth, stepped right into the spot vacated by Danny Watkins, receiving an honorable mention on the All Big 12 team in his redshirt sophomore season.
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