Basically no one knows who Kwintin Williams is. He’s a 6-foot-7 forward from Alaska who has played the last two years at community colleges in Arizona, and now that major Division I programs are showing interest in him, it’s only a matter of time before everyone knows his name. That’s because he very well might be one of the best dunkers out there.
Not only did he average 18 points and eight rebounds as a freshman before sitting out last season, but also does awesome things like this:
— Overtime (@overtime) April 7, 2017
I'm up right now ! pic.twitter.com/1KHrxsdmLo
— Kwintin Williams (@JUMPMANEBIG) March 31, 2016
— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) April 6, 2017
You can understand why TCU, UNLV and Washington State have offered him a scholarship with several others, including 2017 Final Four participant Oregon, reportedly showing interest. Considering that before this season, he was being recruited by the likes of Cal State Northridge (no offense to the Matadors), that’s a nice step up.
To put it simply, this kid loves to dunk:
Yo please put me in next years college slam dunk contest 🙏🏽😪
— Kwintin Williams (@JUMPMANEBIG) March 31, 2017
The college basketball slam dunk contest is only for seniors, but I have a pretty good feeling we’ll be seeing Williams there in two years.
Hopefully by then, he’ll have figured out this mid-air bounce dunk:
— Whistle Sports (@WhistleSports) November 29, 2016