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Williams Struggling With Championship Defeat

Since suffering a defeat in the state title game, Terrance Williams has yet to put down a basketball. The 6-foot-7, 207-pound point guard/shooting guard from Rainier Beach in Seattle, WA., cannot seem to get his mind of the double overtime loss in the state championship game.
“Man, we lost the championship game in double overtime,” Williams said. “I think the officials had a lot to do with the loss, but that’s something I won’t use as an excuse. It was definitely a tough loss for us, but hopefully we can take care of business next year. I have been practicing everyday and trying to get ready for this summer.”
Williams was scheduled to take an unofficial visit to Arizona several weeks ago, but that visit never took place. A number of highly successful Division 1 programs are interested in his services, but Arizona, Duke, Kansas, North Carolina, Southern Cal, Stanford, UCLA, Wake Forest, Washington and Gonzaga are showing the most interest in Williams at this time.
“I was going to take an unofficial visit to Arizona at the beginning of March, but things didn’t go as planned,” Williams said. “I haven’t really spent much time thinking about my recruitment, but I will say that I am wide open right now. A coach from Gonzaga recently came by to watch me play, but things have been steady in my recruitment. I really want to take all five official visits, but I haven’t decided what schools to visit.”
Rivals.com ranks Williams No. 69 on the Rivals100 list.
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