The Cowboys drafted Terrance Williams in the third round with the objective he would become the No. 3 receiver.

After the Cowboys let Kevin Ogletree go in free agency it meant Dwayne Harris could emerge at No. 3 on the depth chart. That was before Williams was drafted and created more competition at the wide receiver position.

"If it turns out that way it turns out that way" Williams said. "We're just a group of receivers trying to get better day-by-day. A coach has to make the choice between me Cole (Beasley) and Dwayne. So whichever one gets it I'm just trying to be the best teammate I can be."

Williams got off to a slow start this camp. There were a few drops and it seemed he was a little behind in the speed of the game department. It's an adjustment most if not all rookie make when they enter the NFL world.

Williams a speedster at Baylor needs to translate that speed to the NFL. In the last two practices Williams has practiced better with crisp routes making hard and easy catches and of course getting open.