With a growing social media presence, current Arizona Women’s Basketball commit Jada Williams teamed up with No Days Off for an exclusive interview.
Since former Wildcat Adia Barnes took over the Arizona Women’s Basketball program in 2016, the Wildcats have been blowing up in a good way!
The program has steadily been on the rise and the talent keeps coming in, the latest being 2023 commit and basketball prodigy, Jada Williams.
A former UCLA commit, Jada recently flipped her commitment to the Wildcats just a few weeks ago, despite receiving offers from UCLA, Texas, ASU, Kentucky, and Georgia among several others.
Hailing from La Jolla Country Day High School in San Diego, Jada is considered one of the top prospects in the country and is ranked as the No. 20 recruit in the country according to ESPN’s scouting services. She is also the No. 5 overall ranked point guard.
Joining a talented recruiting class, Jada will team up with fellow five-star commits Montaya Dew, the No. 9 overall recruit from Centennial High School (Las Vegas, NV), and Breya Cunningham, the No. 10 overall recruit and current La Jolla Country Day High School standout.
Helping to solidify the backcourt for Arizona Women’s Basketball, the future in Tucson is bright, especially with the addition of Jada Williams.
A lively and energetic 17-year-old, Jada has a bright future in basketball and beyond, and she is considered to be a basketball prodigy of sorts.
A skilled and crafty point guard, Jada possesses a big game and an even bigger personality that sees the court and her teammates well, with a nice mid-range jumper that extends to the arc.
Jada recently sat down with No Days Off for an exclusive interview where she talked all things including playing basketball for Team USA, her social media presence, and getting Kobe Bryant’s and LeBron James’ attention.
You can watch the full interview here!