Gabby Williams Takes In The Sights

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With Jordin Canada’s decision to attend UCLA now in the books, the Huskies will likely just give a little more love to Gabby Williams, the talented point guard from Reno, Nevada, one of the top prospects in the Class of 2014, which already includes guards Sadie Edwards and Courtney Ekmark.

Williams was at the game Monday and hanging out with the UConn players as they were leaving Gampel Pavilion.

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5 thoughts on “Gabby Williams Takes In The Sights

  1. FREDDYKOOL

    WELCOME TO UCONN NATION MS. WILLIAMS U WILL LOVE US AS WE WILL LOVE YOU. GOOD LUCK WHATEVER U CHOOSE AND HERE IS HOPING IT ALL GOES THE WAY YOU WANT IT TO.

    1. Village Idiot

      Most recruits know there is usually someone as good as they are–unless you have a huge ego (which is good).

      If Gabby Williams is as smart as she appears she shall opt for UConn. Is there a team where players are held to such a high esteem???
      Did you guy get to see Swin Cash doing the color on the UCLA/OKLA game?? She was great. She was intelligent. She was/is most absolutely positively beautiful. (You get it I love Swin)

      1. mike mcmanus

        You’re not alone VI. Your comment plus the great article from Mel Thomas are great testimonials to what Geno is all about and how he and his coaching staff prepare women for bigger and better things in life. Too bad that some of the other idiots who frequent this Blog prefer to criticize and downplay everything he does.

    1. mike mcmanus

      Not true…I don’t think there are obvious first & second choices. It all depends on timing and the recruits themselves, who have their own timetables and other offers to consider. Another example of a negative comment w/o justification.

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