Sophomore rushed for three touchdowns and a bowl-record 299 yards.
Johnny Jefferson rushed for 158 yards and a touchdown.
Russell Athletic Bowl
Corey Coleman caught three more touchdowns and second-ranked Baylor won its FBS-best 19th consecutive home game
Check out the photo gallery from the Baylor football game against Rice.
2015 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in nine of 13 games as reserve running back and special teamer as redshirt freshman… Earned first collegiate letter… Totaled 556 yards and three TDs on 88 carries, also two receptions for seven yards and one blocked punt on season… Made collegiate debut in season-opening win at SMU, ran for 73 yards on eight attempts (9.1 yards per attempt), including season-long 56-yard rush… Posted season-high of 121 yards, on 14 carries (8.6 yards per attempt) in win over Lamar in second game… Ran for 111 yards and career-first touchdown on season-high 19 rushes (5.8 yards per attempt) in win over Rice in third game… Picked up 65 yards on 10 carries (6.5 yards per attempt) in win at Kansas in fifth game… Did not play four games due to coaches decision, returned to field vs. No. 15 TCU in 11th game and blocked punt… Ran for 42 yards on 11 carries vs. Texas in 12th game… Totaled 97 yards and season-high two TDs on 16 rushes (6.1 yards per attempt) in win over No. 10 North Carolina in Russell Athletic Bowl.
2014 (True Freshman): Sat out first season at Baylor and participated on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility… Dressed for eight of 13 games, but did not see any game action.
High School: National top 300 recruit from Ennis (Texas) High School… 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl selection… No. 126 overall national prospect on Scout’s Scout300 list and No. 209 on 247Sports’s Top247 listing… Early high school graduate enrolled at Baylor in January 2014, participated in 2014 spring drills… National position rankings: 14th by 247Sports (athlete), 16th by Scout (RB), 29th by Rivals (RB) and 38th by ESPN (RB)… Ratings among Texas prospects: 20th by Scout, 25th by 247Sports, 41st by Austin American-Statesman’s Fabulous 55, 47th by ESPN, 52nd by Rivals, 59th by Lone Star (and among top 30 on Waco Tribune-Herald Top 100)… Also listed on Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Fabulous 44… Top-rated running back prospect and No. 15 overall recruit on SportsDay/DMN Area Top 100 listing… Fifth-ranked running back prospect in Texas by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football… Rated 69th overall prospect in region by ESPN… Standout running back (amassed 3,085 yards and 40 TDs rushing in final two seasons), two-time all-state honoree and three-year starter for head coach Jack Alvarez at EHS… Played in 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl all-star game following senior season, led all rushers with 53 yards on five attempts and 42-yard TD run to lead West to 28-0 win… Totaled 54 TDs and 4,306 rushing (3,556) and receiving (750) yards in final three prep seasons… Earned 2013 Class 4A All-State honorable mention after leading Ennis to 14-1 record and to 4A DII state semis as senior… Named 2013 District 15-4A MVP and first-team All-District 15-4A after totaling 1,717 yards and 25 TDs on 230 carries, added 30 receptions for 319 yards and 3 TDs… Named to SportsDay/DMN 2013 All-Area second team… Earned 2012 Class 4A All-State honorable mention as junior, led EHS to 8-3 record and DII bi-district finals… Named to 2012 All-District 15-4A first team… Ran for 1,368 yards and 15 TDs (6.5-yard average) on 211 attempts and caught 12 passes for 296 yards and four TDs as junior… Named 2012 first-team Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Super Teamer… Started as sophomore in 2011, totaled 471 yards and six TDs on 66 rushes, caught seven passes for 135 yards and one TD.
Personal: Son of Natasha Williams… Full name is Terence Jamal Williams… Born Dec. 20, 1995, in Austin, Texas... Majoring in health, kinesiology and leisure studies.