Terian Williams II Discusses Virginia Tech Trip And Recruiting

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Terian Williams II
Athlete, Class of 2022
Parkview High School, Lilburn, GA
5-11, 170

There’s still quite a number of things to be decided with Parkview (Ga.) class of 2022 athlete Terian Williams. That includes the position he’ll play and who he likes best among his now eight offers. It’s near certainty, however, that Williams has the ability to play at the college level.

Williams now sports offers from Tennessee, Florida State, Florida, Rutgers, South Carolina, Kentucky, Illinois State and Howard. But his familiarity with many of those is still not high. Visits are putting some of his options into perspective, and in turn, giving him at least an idea of his future on the field.

“Some like me at quarterback, some as a receiver, some as an athlete,” Williams said. “The majority are as an athlete, because it depends on how my body grows. As long as I’m on the field, I don’t gravitate towards one or the other. I play from defensive back, to kick return, punt return, sometimes different packages at quarterback and wide receiver. It just depends.”

Count Virginia Tech among those that has its sights on Williams, but isn’t sure how to quite utilize him yet. He visited the Hokies last week for their win over Furman, though they’ve yet to offer a scholarship.

“I know they’re just looking for early film,” Williams said. “They haven’t pulled the plug yet because we just started talking. They still have to get my academic info and stuff like that. I’m not ruling anyone out, especially because I like what I saw. Before the interest, I wasn’t thinking about it, but having been up there, it’s a school I’m thinking about.”

Assistant coach Vance Vice has been Williams’ primary recruiter, while quality control coach Beau Davidson has also stepped in where needed.

“I talked to both of them, and they were just talking about when they’re coming back to Georgia,” Williams said. “They said they’ll come see me. They came down a few weeks ago, and that’s when my first contact was, saying they’re interested in me. I haven’t talked to them as much as I’d like to. They said football is the main focus, and I like