Zion Williamson Decision: Top 2018 Prospect Chooses Duke

Zion Williamson Decision: Top 2018 Prospect Chooses Duke

Zion Williamson Decision: Top 2018 Prospect Chooses Duke

Williamson would also provide a big boost to Roy Williams' class, which now includes small forward Nassir Little (No. 14 in ESPN100) and point guard and North Carolina native Coby White (No. 25 in ESPN100).

SC made a shocking run to the Final Four and added blue-chip wing Brian Bowen in the days leading up to Williamson's decision.

"I miss it, because I have some good friends down there that I don't get to see as much", Williamson told the Marion Star & Mullins Enterprise in March.

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He was also featured on the cover of SLAM magazine in June 2017 and has more than 1 million followers on Instagram.

The No. 2 overall player in the class of 2018 announced Saturday his commitment to play at Duke University.

Williamson is built like a tank, nearly 280 pounds and only 6-foot-6, with an explosive jumping burst despite that physique. "I think it is going to come down to the fit and what feels right for him", Sartor said.

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Instead, Williamson joined a powerhouse young class that includes top-rated R.J. Barrett and third-rated Cam Reddish - both 6-foot-7 forwards - and point guard Tre Jones, ranked 10th. He's as well-known as a teenage basketball player can be.

In recent years, Duke and Kentucky have led the way when it comes to recruiting talented players who are projected to spend no more than one year in college. He was believed to have been considering North Carolina and Kentucky as well.

Williamson, the third ranked player in the class, was widely expected to choose to stay close to home and play for either Clemson or SC. Williamson's stepfather, Lee Anderson, also played at Clemson, which is less than 100 miles from their home in Spartanburg.

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"The brotherhood represents a family".

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