Williams Twins Separating

The Williams twins went back and forth. First they wanted to play their college ball together and then they decided they wanted to go their separate ways. Terrell made his decision on Monday and it doesn't look like his brother, Jerrell, will follow suit.

It appears as though Terrell Williams and his twin brother, Jerrell, will go their separate ways for college.

The 6-foot-7 1/2 Terrell committed to La Salle on Monday.

``They made it easy for him," Northfield Mount Hermon (Mass.) associate head coach John Carroll said. "No one has recruited one of our guys as hard as John Giannini recruited Terrell."

``Terrell is long, athletic and multi-dimensional," Carroll added. "He's just got to get more confident with the ball in his hands on the perimeter."

Jerrell, who is a little taller and more of an inside player, is being recruited by the likes of Marquette, Providence and George Washington.

``Terrell really liked La Salle because it's not too far from home, it's a smaller school and it has a strong communications major," Carroll added. "The style of play is perfect for him and Giannini is a great coach."

La Salle isn't completely out of the equation for Jerrell, but Carroll said that the brothers talked about it and have decided to make their own decisions as far as college is concerned.

``Jerrell has his eyes on a couple of other schools," Carroll said.

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