With 2020 4-star forward Terrance Williams’ announcement approaching, it might be a good idea for Hoyas fans to better acquaint themselves with the 6’7” DC product from Gonzaga High School. Coming down to Michigan, Notre Dame and the Georgetown Hoyas the announcement on Monday night will end a long recruitment.
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“Pat Ewing, staying close to home and helping that program, especially since he just got there. They have been recruiting me since my freshman year so they have been there since the beginning”
Terrance Williams, a 6’6 PF out of Washington D.C., announced yesterday that he has cut his list of potential suitors to seven, including North Carolina State, Notre Dame and defending champion Virginia... Williams is the 91st ranked recruit in the 2020 class out of Gonzaga High School...
He is undersized at 6’6, but is also built like a fire hydrant. In this day and age of “positionless basketball” it’s more about whether or not a kid can play, not his measurables.
Peach Jam: 2020’s Terrance Williams was one of Peach Jam’s top performers on day one. Today, he will have DePaul, Michigan, Notre Dame, Georgetown, and Stanford, in attendance seeing him.— Jake (@jakeweingarten) July 11, 2019
While it’s exciting for Michigan to be listed among the finalists for Williams, it doesn’t feel like the Wolverines really have a chance. Georgetown has felt like the favorite all along and at 247 sports, there is a run of crystal balls going to the Hoyas...
Georgetown and Notre Dame both had Williams on campus for visits, so it seems like those are the two teams truly in contention. The name brand of Michigan basketball and the recognition of Howard got the Wolverines in the door, which is a positive, but it wasn’t enough at this late date to seal the deal.
Terrance Williams appears headed to Georgetown. https://t.co/VKdpvCfDR8— GBM Wolverine (@GBM_Wolverine) July 29, 2019
Exactly what position Williams fits on the next level, there really isn’t a defined role. Just expect that he’s going to find a way on the floor and he’s going to find ways to be productive. He scores inside when he needs to, starts making jumpers when his inside game gets figured out and he always seems to end up having put together a much better statistical line than you would expect.
Terrance Williams, 6-7, 210 pounds, power forward - Team Takeover
Terrance Williams averaged 15.1 points this summer, while shooting 56 percent from the floor. He also shot 37 percent from three. The No. 2 player in DC...
Terrance Williams, a class of 2020 forward from @GonzagaHoops (DC), attended the Georgetown-Villanova game today.— Pat Lawless (@PatLawless_) February 21, 2019
Last year, Terrance Williams won Peach Jam as a member of Team Takeover. This year, on that same squad, minus some players, they fell just a bit short. Williams, says he’s very thankful for this year’s experience and he had tons of fun and is thankful that they made it all the way last year.
This past week he showed his ability to score the ball at a very efficient rate. Scoring 20+ points in nearly every matchup he had.
On Saturday at the Hoophall Classic the talented forward went off for 27 points on 9-for-15 shooting, including 3-for-5 from the three-point stripe. Williams also added 10 rebounds and hit all six of his free throw attempts...
(What so you think you are excelling at right now?) I think I’m excelling at stretching the floor right now as a shooter, I was working on that all summer and getting a lot of wing moves, dribble, catch and shoot like that. Stuff that will translate to the next level. That’s what I’m doing the best right now.
6’7” Terrance Williams’20 @_flyyt of @GonzagaHoops has enjoyed a strong sophomore season. Said he already has offers from Georgetown, NC State, George Mason, Towson & LB State plus interest from Maryland, Stanford, Villanova, & Virginia interest. Also, earned the team chain pic.twitter.com/A3jsgCrEPH— Andrew Slater (@Andrew__Slater) January 13, 2018