News: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports the Cowboys continued a Tony Romo-friendly draft Friday night with their first pick in the third round, adding speedster Baylor receiver Terrance Williams. The Cowboys invested in the Baylor standout with the No. 74 pick that they got in the first-round trade with the 49ers. It was their third offensive player taken in three picks, joining center Travis Frederick and tight end Gavin Escobar. Williams caught 202 passes for 3,334 yards, averaging 16.5 yards, and 27 touchdowns in a four-year career at Baylor. As a senior, he caught 97 passes for 1,832 yards, averaging 18.9 yards, with 12 touchdowns. He was also a kickoff and punt returner as a sophomore and junior at Baylor.
Analysis: Williams will likely compete to be the No. 3 receiver for the Cowboys, and he could play right away. Keep an eye on his progress in training camp and the preseason, and he could be worth a late-round pick in deeper seasonal formats. In rookie-only leagues, Williams is worth a mid-round pick because he could be the eventual replacement for Miles Austin.