Baylor has given running back Terence Williams permission to contact other schools about transferring.
If Williams graduates in May, he can become immediately eligible to play for another NCAA Division I team for his senior year under the graduate transfer rule. If he doesn’t graduate, he can become immediately eligible next fall at a lower division school.
After rushing for 1,048 yards and 11 touchdowns as a redshirt sophomore in 2016, Williams was limited to 255 yards rushing and one touchdown this fall in an injury-plagued season. Baylor has a crowded backfield with sophomore JaMycal Hasty and freshmen John Lovett and Trestan Ebner returning.