Grambling State running back Deuce Williams commits to Cincinnati
Cincinnati had a serious need for running back depth and talent following the conclusion of this season.
Ryan Montgomery graduated, Myles Montgomery transferred to Central Florida, and Stephan Byrd announced his intentions to transfer.
That need for depth was addressed during the first transfer portal window with the addition of Ohio State transfer running back Evan Pryor.
On Sunday afternoon, Grambling State running back Chance "Deuce" Williams also announced that he was committed to Scott Satterfield and his staff.
During his sophomore season, Williams ran for 920 yards and six touchdowns on 148 carries. One of the highlights of his sophomore season came against LSU when he rushed for 106 yards on just 7 carries.
Williams also had 15 catches for 135 yards and a touchdown out of the backfield.
At 5-foot-10, 170-pounds, Williams is primarily known for his ability to make plays in space with his athleticism and speed.
Deuce Williams will come to Cincinnati with two years of eligibility remaining.