'14 Recruiting Focus: Baylor

So far in the Class of 2014 Baylor has secured three very versatile commitments who could all play multiple positions in college...

RB Terence Williams
High School: Ennis (Tx.)
Height: 6'2
Weight: 220

Junior Highlights:

Athlete who has the size and speed to play either wide receiver or running back on the next level and he plays both in high school. With the ball in his hands, he picks his holes wisely and shows nice patience and savvy, following his blocks. He is powerful and has good stiff arm, keeping defenders at a distance. He is a smooth runner with long legs, which gives him a deceptive level of speed. His long strides allow him to outrace defenders.

WR/DB Chris Platt
High School: Willis (Tx.)
Height: 5'11
Weight: 170

Junior Highlights:

A very talented two-way HS player. He is a skinny, fast and nimble prospect with good range, but do not let his stature fool you, he is a very aggressive player. On defense, he is not afraid to throw his body around and sacrifice himself to make plays. He hustles all over he field. On offense, he has a lot of burst and shows excellent top end speed that allows him to cash in long plays with the ball in his hands. A good return man. A true athlete, who could end up playing on either side of the ball.

WR/S Davion Hall
High School: Texarkana (Tx.) Liberty-Eylau
Height: 6'3
Weight: 193

Junior Highlights:

A very talented two-way athlete, who coordinators will fight for. He could play safety or wide receiver in college and be a difference maker on either side. On offense, he runs with purpose and his size, speed, agility combo is rare. He is also a vertical threat and makes great plays on deep balls thrown in his direction. On defense, he brings the same attributes to the table, plus he is not afraid to hit and shows good coverage skills.

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