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Georgia Safety Terian Williams Set Commitment Date, Penn State A Finalist

2022 3-star safety Terian Williams II holds 40+ offers and has decided to close down his recruitment.

The native of Johns Creek, Georgia announced on Wednesday that he plans on making his commitment on September 1st and will be deciding between Kansas State, Texas Tech, Michigan, Stanford and Penn State. Williams also held offers from programs such as Arkansas, Florida, Florida State, Iowa, LSU, Michigan, Mississippi State, Pitt, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.

While he lists five finalist, it should be pointed out that Williams made only three official visits: Stanford, Kansas State and Texas Tech. With 24 current commitments, it’s not known how much James Franklin and his staff have recruited Williams lately or if he even has a committable offer from the Nittany Lions.

Last season for Johns Creek High School, Williams collected 55 tackles, three tackles-for-loss, one sack and one interception.

Williams will make his announcement from Johns Creek High School Auditorium at 3:30 PM.

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