Sabre Scoop: Gonzaga Star Forward Terrance Williams Reflects On Virginia Visit

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As expected, Gonzaga (Washington, D.C.) class of 2020 forward Terrance Williams was at the University of Virginia last weekend on an official visit, the first official visit he has taken in his recruiting process. The 6’7”, 220-pound junior made the trip to Charlottesville alongside his mother and sister.

“This was my first in-depth visit [at UVA],” Williams noted. “I was at the NBA Camp, but I was injured and didn’t play. I wasn’t able to talk to the coaches then and I really didn’t get an in-depth look at the campus. On my official, I received an in-depth look at the campus and the facilities and the new renovations to the locker room. I hung out with the guys and received a look at how they act outside the gym. I stayed with Kyle Guy, De’Andre [Hunter], Ty Jerome. I went to their dorm and we hung out and played video games.”

“I got along with [the Virginia players] well,” Williams added. “They’re very funny.”

Williams spoke at length with Virginia head coach Tony Bennett, who has made a strong impression upon the Purple Eagles star.

“Coach Bennett is a great person, a great man, and a great coach,” Williams said. “I really like his personality. He really kept everything real with me. He’s a man of faith and I like his personality. He had a video with my strengths and showing me how I’d fit into the system. He compared me some to Isaiah Wilkins. By the time I’d get there in two