2022 ATH Terian Williams II commits to Stanford University | Youth1

2022 ATH Terian Williams II commits to Stanford University

Major congrats are in order for 2022 star Terian Williams II, who announced his commitment to Stanford via Instagram Live this morning.

This has been a long time coming for Williams II, who has earned a reputation as one of 2022's premier athletes. 

Terian had narrowed his college choices down to Kansas State, Penn State, Michigan, Texas Tech, and Stanford. He mentioned during today's announcement that he felt Stanford gave him the best opportunity to accomplish his goals both academically and on the football field.

We've covered Terian extensively here at Youth1 since his youth football days. Youth1 was the first national outlet to put a spotlight on Terian's elite talent.

Williams II was ranked #3 on our Elite101 back when he was in 8th grade. He was named to our Freshman450 as a 9th grader. We've covered Terian from before his first offer from Howard University, to having 40 plus offers, to now choosing Stanford for his next chapter.

The entire Youth1 Team is extremely proud and happy for Terian and family. We are excited to follow his collegiate journey at Stanford.

For more of our coverage of Terian Williams II, check out the links below.










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