Kwon Williams Flips to Panthers


Senior Kwon Williams, a super-versatile athlete from West Hall HS, flipped his commitment earlier today from UCF to Georgia State.

Williams announced via Twitter: “After talking to my family and coaches I’ll be flipping my commitment and continuing my education at Georgia State.”

CBB_LEpVIAA54VYThe senior athlete was a UCF commit this entire fall but the Panthers’ rise this season caught the two-way athlete’s eyes. A lot of Power 5 schools were interested last spring, including Boston College who offered and South Carolina who hosted him on multiple visits.

The first team All Region DB had 51 tackles & 3 INT’s. Offensively, he totaled 85 carriers for 547 yards, 7 rushing and 2 passing TD’s.

The West Hall backfield is talented but also crowded. It should be noted that Williams would have accumulated bigger numbers if he had played on a different HS team.

The West Hall star has a plethora of juke moves, capable of shaking the elastic out of a defenders socks. He could play running back or WR due to his versatility. Defensively, he is a headhunter at safety, and bring the boom to offensive ball carriers. His ability to see the field is by far his best skill set, and it makes a major impact on both sides of the ball.

No matter where he ends up, the Panthers landed a big-time sleeper for the class of 2016 today.


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