Baylor commit Williams visits TCU

Williams made his third visit to see the Frogs despite being committed to Baylor, and he says he currently has three schools on his mind in addition to the Bears.

Terence Williams, a four star running back from Ennis, Texas, has been committed to Baylor for months now, and as a result, Williams says Baylor is the only school now consistently in contact with him.

However, Williams is starting to explore other schools in addition to the Bears, and Johnson took in a TCU practice with his teammate Jah'Shawn Johnson, a three star cornerback from Ennis who holds a TCU offer.

When Horned Frog Blitz announced the two would be visiting, Johnson remarked that Williams was in fact coming with interest in TCU.

"I talked with Coach Patterson and Coach Cross, and they were real cool. We didn't just talk about football, and they told me they were happy to see me," Williams said. "Coach Cross was real cool. We talked for a while."

At 6'2 and 220 pounds, Williams could play either wide receiver or running back in college. As a junior, he ran for nearly 1,400 yards while averaging 6.48 yards per carry.

However, before Williams could commit to the Frogs, he would have to decommit from Baylor. When asked if he was still committed to the Bears, Williams responded, "Kinda, sorta."

Williams said he was most impressed that "they [TCU] were out practicing in the heat. I was big sweating just standing there."

In addition to looking at TCU, Williams says he plans to visit Texas Tech and Texas A&M as well. "I may go down to Tech soon with Jah'shawn, but other than that, nothing else is planned right now."

Williams also visited TCU back in February and said he was caught by surprise by the new facilities, and he may come back to TCU on an official visit. Williams said he plans to take at least three of his officials.

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