Terran Williams
Terran Williams


Houston, Texas

High School:
Cypress Falls

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 170




The fastest of the Horned Frogs, has been clocked in 4.3 seconds in the 40-yard dash... capable of being a deep threat, began to make more plays from the middle part of the 2001 season on as he gained more confidence... needs to learn how to use that exceptional speed on the field... listed as a starting wide receiver entering the fall... has made three career starts...has recorded 25 career receptions for 309 yards and one touchdown.

2001: Played in all 12 games, starting three games as one of the Frogs' wide receivers... finished fourth on the squad with 18 catches and with 215 receiving yards... did not catch a pass in the season's first two games... had six receptions over the next three contests, including three at Houston... caught his first touchdown pass vs. Army, a 14-yard strike from Sean Stilley... had the best game of his career vs. East Carolina... hauled in a career-high six passes for a career-high 70 yards... made at least one catch in each of the final five games... also returned five punts for 33 yards, with a long of 15.

2000: Caught four passes for 78 yards, including a long of 52 yards vs. SMU... also carried once for six yards vs. Fresno State.

1999: Caught three passes for 16 yards... caught two passes for 13 yards against Arizona and one for three yards at Northwestern.

1998: Redshirted as a true freshman.

High School: Averaged nearly 24 yards per reception with his 36 catches for 850 yards and five TDs at Cypress Falls High... earned all-District 16-5A honors as both a receiver and kick returner in the 1997 season... an all-Greater Houston selection... an outstanding track and field performer for the Golden Eagles as a sprinter and long jumper... chose TCU over Rice, SMU, Tulsa and Texas A&M.

Personal: Terran Christopher Williams is the son of Eric, Sr. and Debbie Williams of Houston... born September 20, 1979... majoring in speech communications... nephew of former TCU sprinting great, Bill Collins.

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