D'Erryl Williams
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D'Erryl  Williams

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sacramento, Calif.

High School:
Sheldon High

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 205

Position:
G

Experience:
3L

11/16/2016

Men's Basketball-San Diego Christian Postgame Notes

M. Hoops-SD Christian postgame notes

11/16/2016

Men's Basketball-San Diego Christian Postgame Quotes

M. Hoops-SD Christian postgame quotes

11/15/2016

Men's Basketball Back in Action Wednesday vs. SD Christian

Men's Hoops to face SDC on Wednesday

11/14/2016

Men's Basketball-Gonzaga Postgame Notes

Men's Basketball-Gonzaga postgame notes

11/12/2016

Men's Basketball Heads to Gonzaga for College Hoops Marathon

M. Hoops to face Gonzaga on Monday

03/05/2016

San Diego State Dominates UNLV, 92-56

Aztecs 92, Runnin' Rebels 56

12/10/2015

SDSU 84, Nicholls State 47

Photos from Nicholls State @ SDSU on December 10, 2015.

11/23/2015

SDSU 79, East Carolina 54

Aztecs take down East Carolina at home 79-54.

11/21/2015

Arkansas - Little Rock 49, San Diego State 43

Check out the photo gallery from the SDSU men's basketball game against Arkansas - Little Rock.

11/16/2015

San Diego State vs. No. 16 Utah

The Aztecs fall to no. 16 Utah 81-76

Bio entering 2016-17

As A Junior (2015-16 Season)
Saw action in 19 games, one off his career high set in his freshman year... Posted career-highs in points (24), rebounds (13), field goals (8, tied), field goals attempts (19), three-point field goals attempts (3, tied), free throws (8), free throws attempted (14) and minutes played (131)... Also had six assists and six steals... Committed one turnover or less in 17 games and had multiple steals twice... Led the team in assists once... Logged minutes in 12 of 13 non-conference games... Scored at least one basket in four straight games to open the year, which marked a career long... Tied his career high with five games with double-digit minutes played... Logged 12 minutes and finished with three points and two boards vs. Illinois State (11-13-15)... Matched his then-career high with six points in eight minutes at No. 16/16 Utah (11-16-15)... Set a career high with nine points on 3-of-3 shooting in 17 minutes vs. San Diego Christian (11-18-15)... Had a career-high two steals vs. Little Rock (11-21-15)... Recorded his first assist of the season vs. San Diego (12-6-15)... Finished with a career-high four rebounds, four assists, which was a game high, and two steals vs. Nicholls (12-10-15)... Had one assist in one minute of action vs. Air Force (2-13-16)... Posted two points and one steal in five minutes at San José State (2-21-16)... Played nine minutes in the first-round NIT game vs. IPFW (3-15-16)... Saw action vs. George Washington (3-29-16) in the semifinals of the NIT.

As A Sophomore (2014-15 Season)
Saw action in 17 games... Posted 19 points, 12 rebounds, seven assists and 10 steals in 129 minutes... Made 8-of-14 of his field-goal attempts (.571)... Scored in five games and had at least one rebound six times... Averaged 8.9 minutes in his final 11 games played (98 minutes).... Enjoyed his three best games of the season vs. Ball State (12-20-14), vs. UC Riverside (12-22-14) and vs. San Diego Christian (12-27-14), and averaged 4.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.7 steals in 15.3 minutes... Committed only eight turnovers in 129 minutes.... Scored his first points of the season off a steal and breakaway layup in six minutes vs. Pittsburgh (11-25-14)... Scored a career-high six points, pulled down two rebounds and had one steal in 14 minutes vs. Ball State (12-20-14)... Posted his second straight solid game with four points, one assist and a career-high two steals in 16 minutes vs. UC Riverside (12-22-14)... Finished with four points, a season-high two assists and a career-high two steals vs. San Diego Christian (12-27-14)... Logged a career-high 18 minutes and knocked down a three-pointer at Fresno State (1-3-15).

As A Freshman (2013-14 Season)
Played in 20 games, including 10 of the last 14 outings... Scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in 127 minutes... Committed only three turnovers... Nine of his 13 points came during Mountain West action and he committed only one turnover in 49 minutes against league foes... Played 12 or more minutes five times, including twice in the month of March... Had two assists and came off the bench to spark SDSU's late-game run vs. No. 6/5 Arizona (11-14-13)... In a career-high 17 minutes, posted a team-high two assists and blocked his first career shot vs. College of Charleston (11-28-13)... Had a career-high three assists and zero turnovers in 12 minutes vs. Southern Utah (12-18-13)... Made his first career field goals (2-2 FG) en route to a career-high four points and matched his career best with one blocked shot in six minutes vs. San José State (2-25-14)... Had a second straight productive outing with a career-high four points, including his first career three-pointer, and two rebounds in 12 minutes at Fresno State (3-1-14)... Played 12 minutes and scored two points vs. Utah State (3-13-14) in the MW quarterfinals... Saw action in San Diego State's NCAA third-round victory over North Dakota State (3-22-14).

High School
Played four seasons at the varsity level at Sheldon High... Finished as a four-year all-league honoree to go along with player-of-the-year and all-city accolades... Guided Sheldon to a 27-6 overall record and an unblemished 10-0 mark in league play in 2012-13... Helped his team to the semifinals of the California state tournament, a No. 27 national ranking and No. 5 state ranking (MaxPreps.com) as senior... A four-year starter, he averaged 14.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists... Earned a three-star rating from Rivals.com... ESPN.com pegged him as a three-star recruit, the 60th-best point guard nationally, 43rd-best in the region and 25th-best in California... Picked up three stars from Scout.com... 247Sports tabbed him the 25th-best player in the state and the 64th-best point guard nationally... Earned 2012-13 MaxPreps California Boys Basketball Division I second-team honors and was on the all-Northern California second-team... Placed on the Sacramento Bee all-Metro first team his senior year... An excellent student, who had a cumulative grade-point average of 3.8 at the end of his high school career... Chose San Diego State over Marquette, Pittsburgh, USC, Fresno State and Loyola Marymount.

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