Gonzaga forward Terrance Williams elects to stay home, commits to Georgetown

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Terrance Williams helped Gonzaga win the 2019 WCAC Championship. (Photo from 247Sports)

Gonzaga forward Terrance Williams verbally committed to Georgetown on Tuesday, becoming the Hoyas’ first commitment in the 2020 class.

“[Coach] Patrick Ewing is doing a good job turning around the program, and he makes me want to be a part of it,” Williams told the Washington Post. “Georgetown made me feel like home on my visit, even though it is technically still my home.”

Williams, who is a rising senior, is rated a four-star and ranked the 14th best power forward in the nation by 247Sports. Williams picked the Hoyas over Notre Dame, Michigan, Stanford, DePaul and others.

Williams has been one of the best players in the area since his freshman season. Williams, who averaged 17.3 points and 7.3 rebounds last season, helped Gonzaga win the 2019 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship.

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