The Longhorns are rooting for Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams this weekend.
Williams graduated from W.T. White in 2008 and made a name for himself at Baylor, where he broke eight school records and received All-American recognition in 2012. He was drafted by the Cowboys the following year.
The Cowboys face off against the Packers this Sunday, and W.T. White took to Twitter to show their alumni pride.
Williams isn’t the only notable Longhorn graduate. St. Louis Rams’ Jason Smith graduated from W.T. White in 2004, and Boston Red Sox’s Bryan Holaday graduated in 2006, just to name a few.
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