Drafted by the Cowboys in the third round, Terrance Williams is the leader for Dallas' third receiver slot behind Dez Bryant and Miles Austin . That is assuming the former Baylor product can hang onto the ball, a task he struggled with during portions of Saturday's minicamp, according to Todd Archer with ESPN Dallas. Then again, the 6-foot-2 target showed competent hands last season, hauling n 97 passes and 12 touchdown grabs last season.
Outside of Laurent Robinson and Kevin Ogletree each having 15 minutes of fantasy fame, the Cowboys have struggled finding a consistent WR3 option which is why they targeted one early in the draft. Obviously one day's worth off drops is a non-story and Williams certainly produced on the college level. Frankly, the biggest concern regarding Williams centers on his speed, or the fact that it isn't blazing (4.52). Considering Austin's penchant for injuries, the winner of the WR3 battle likely moves up the depth chart at points during the season. Dwayne Harris is Williams' primary threat ahead of Danny Coale, Cole Beasley and Anthony Armstrong.