When he began his career, he formed one of the most impressive tandems in the state with Willis Wright at Miami Springs, but last year, Isaiah Williams decided to make the switch to Monsignor Pace, and it has paid off for him.
Williams, a 6-2, 190-pounder, committed to Purdue University this weekend after hearing from FIU, Central Michigan and the University of South Florida.
"He is a very talented player who we have watched from his sophomore season at Miami Springs," said Charles Fishbein of Elite Scouting Services. "I remember watching him play with Willis (Wright) and thinking that these two were going to be very special."
Wright becomes the third player from Florida to commit to the Boilermakers. Cornerback Jhony Faustin (Naples Lely) pledged his commitment last week, and Cocoa defensive back E.J. Johnson and Lakeland linebacker William Lucas announced earlier this summer.
Williams played at Carol City as a freshman and as a sophomore.
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