This is a special blog series that shares the experience of what it's like to be a part of the Panthers. Each blog will feature one of GSU’s six seniors leading up to Senior Day against Georgia Southern on March 9.
K.K. Williams | Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Offering Up Advice:
What advice would you give to –
- High school players who aspire to compete in college.
“If I could share some advice with high school players who want to play in college I would tell them hard work pays off. Always work hard no matter what the circumstances are because you never know where it might take you.”
- Incoming freshman – if you could go back and give yourself advice entering and during your freshman year on the great things and challenges of being a college basketball player.
“My advice to incoming freshman would be to take the classroom seriously because it will determine whether you play or not. I believe academics are a big part of being a student-athlete at a collegiate level and high school can sometimes give a false impression of what being a student-athlete is really about once you get to college.”
- What do you want to leave behind for your teammates that remain?
“If I could leave behind something for my teammates I would leave behind a championship ring so they always have a goal to push towards.”
What does it mean to you to be a member of the Panthers?
“Being a Panther means being part of a family and sisterhood. At Georgia State University we have a bond that is unbreakable and we are there for each other no matter the circumstance!”