Baylor football’s junior day for the class of 2014 produced immediate results as Ennis running back Terence Williams and Liberty-Eylau receiver Davion Hall made verbal commitments Saturday.
Williams is a power runner who rushed for more than 1,300 yards for Ennis last season, while Hall is considered one of the top Texas junior receivers.
The 6-2, 220-pound Williams said the recruits at Baylor’s junior day watched film.
“We watched film of what they run in their system, and I feel I can do some big things in it,” Williams said. “I really like that they’ve had some 1,000-yard rushers, and I feel like I can do the same thing.”
Williams said he played tight end most of his sophomore year before switching to running back. He said he followed Baylor senior All-America receiver Terrance Williams, who is of no relation.
“I heard everything about Terrance Williams,” Williams said. “It was good to see him have such a good year.”
The 6-2, 190-pound Hall plays wide receiver and safety for Liberty-Eylau, and has outstanding speed. He also plays forward and runs relays.
“I feel (Baylor) is the best team for me right now,” Hall said. “I like their up-tempo offense, and their coaches seem really cool.”