Terrence Williams update

When it comes to versatile players, they don't come much more dynamic that the 6-5 210 pound Terrence Williams from Rainier Beach. He plays point guard for Beach but he could play three or four positions in college. Williams has the reputation for being able to make his teammates laugh, but if you let your guard down on the court, he's liable to throw one down on you so hard that your head will spin.

Terrence has been a busy camper recently. "I've been in tournaments for the past four weeks. I went to Vegas twice, Texas, and then Indiana. The Indiana tournament was the best, there was a LOT of competition," said Williams.

"When you go to Vegas, you play against the teams on the West coast. When you beat them, then you go to Indiana and play against the teams on the east coast. When you beat them, you've really shown that you're team is good."

"I think I stacked up well with the talent in those tournaments."

Terrence has a blast when he travels to play hoop and match skills with those around the country. "At tournaments you don't really learn a lot. You just go have fun and compete, but you do learn about how hard everyone else is working, not just you. Guys all over the country are working at the same things you are."

Over the past two weeks, Indiana, Kansas, Oklahoma State, Gonzaga, and UW all visited Williams at school. "I have offers from Gonzaga, UW, Arizona, Oklahoma State, and Indiana, and Kansas."

Williams has yet to start whittling away at his list of schools. "I will visit Kansas, Louisville, and Arizona for sure on visits. I'm not leaning toward any one school though. Not yet. I'm just taking it day by day. If I get it done early, I get it done early, but I'm not going to rush it."

Washington is in the running, but the race is far from over. "The Husky coaches tell me that I'd look good in purple and gold, but we'll see when the time comes."

Williams has the frame to play some serious linebacker on the gridiron, but he isn't considering it. "Nope. I'm just going to concentrate on basketball."

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