Terrance Williams: I'll beat press coverage

IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys' third-round pick, wide receiver Terrance Williams from Baylor, said he's not afraid to take on press coverage, something he might face once his NFL career starts.

"Seeing press is not my biggest fear," Williams said Friday night. "At times I saw it in college, I destroyed it. I'm really not worried about press that much. I know how to beat it and I'm pretty sure they will teach me ways to beat it more, and I'm just trying to get better and learn from Dez Bryant, Miles Austin that will mean the world to me and get me ready for press coverage."

When Williams was redshirted in 2008, he simulated Bryant, who at that time played for Oklahoma State, in practice as the scout team wide receiver.

"Just watching him play, back in college when I was on scout team, I had to be him and that's somebody that I really, really liked," Williams said. "I'm going to get a chance to play beside him and that means the world to me because now I get to learn from one of the best, and somebody who can help me throughout this whole process, and he can bring the best out of me and I'm just ready to get to work and play football now."

Williams set career-highs in catches (97), yards (1,832) and touchdowns (12) in his senior season. While he didn't return kicks his senior season, he averaged 22.6 yards per return in his redshirt freshman and sophomore seasons. Williams said he's willing to return to that role with the Cowboys.

"It feels like a dream to be drafted by a team I grew up watching," said Williams, who graduated from W.T. White High School in Dallas. "I always liked (them) and to get a chance to play for them means the world to me."