Baylor senior wide receiver Terrance Williams is now reported to be a top-60 selection. Despite coming into the season with a seventh-round grade,

Originally it was felt that Williams was a low prospect, and was considered a seventh-rounder. But the senior has "surprised scouts with his deep speed and ability to stretch the field vertically." Williams has always had that speed, but he has shown a physical side at the catch point this season.

The Bears' passing attack was expected to take a step back after the departure of quarterback Robert Griffin III and receiver Kendall Wright.

Now Williams has filled the void at the receiver spot this season and has climbed draft boards. He's posted at least 100 yards receiving in seven of eight games thus far and is averaging 20.1 yards on 60 receptions.

Look out Williams to be selected in the early rounds come April since he is now projected as a top 60 choice for the NFL draft in 2013.