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Former Cowboy Quion Williams Commits to Abilene Christian

Williams is headed to the WAC.



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Quion Williams is headed to the WAC.

Williams on Friday announced he has committed to Abilene Christian out of the transfer portal. Out of Jonesboro, Arkansas, Williams spent his first two seasons of college basketball at Oklahoma State, playing in 66 games and making 28 starts. As a sophomore this past season, Williams averaged 7.5 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.1 steals a game.

Williams was a four-star prospect in the 2022 recruiting class, according to 247Sports and Rivals. He initially chose Oklahoma State over offers from Kansas State, Houston, Cincinnati, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, TCU, Texas Tech and others.

He started to show some promise during OSU’s NIT run in his freshman season, as he averaged eight points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists a game during that three-game stretch that included an 11-point, 11-rebound double-double against Youngstown State.

Williams scored in double figures 10 times as a sophomore this past season, including putting up a career-high 21 against Oklahoma. He also had four double-doubles as a sophomore. He was the Cowboys’ leader in rebounding and steals while ranking second in assists and fifth in scoring.

Funnily (or unfunnily) enough, Williams is joining a team that beat the Cowboys this past season. OSU started the year with a 64-59 home loss to the Wildcats — a game Williams had four points and 10 rebounds in. ACU finished the year 16-18.

The Cowboys have picked up a pair of portal commits in recent days in FIU transfer guard Arturo Dean and Texas Tech transfer forward Robert Jennings II. New OSU coach Steve Lutz has six scholarship players on the roster at this point, meaning he has seven scholarships available to use.

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