The Syracuse Orange women’s basketball team landed a big-time commitment for the class of 2020 when Branson, Mo. guard Priscilla Williams chose SU.
Thankful to all the coaches who recruited me but I have decided to further my career at the University of Syracuse #GO ORANGE #COMMITED ✊ pic.twitter.com/KJboV5dBuY— Priscilla williams✨ (@pwilliams2020) September 16, 2019
The 6’2” guard is ranked 11th overall in the Class of 2020 by HoopGurlz, and chose Syracuse over offers from the Florida State Seminoles, Louisville Cardinals, Mississippi State Bulldogs and SMU Mustangs. Williams is the second commit for 2020 for the Orange joining 4-star guard Faith Blackstone out of North Carolina. Syracuse is also in the running for Angel Reese, who is regarded as the No. 2 player in the class.
Syracuse women’s basketball has yet to solidify the 2019-20 schedule, but so far we know they’ll host Oregon, play Houston up in Victoria, B.C. and also play at Michigan as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
Some tape on Priscilla below, for those interested:
Priscilla Williams has committed to Syracuse! @pwilliams2020 @CuseWBB pic.twitter.com/xIr1OPAr6E— BallerTV (@BallerTV) September 16, 2019