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Started at point guard in the Bulldogs' first nine games, and also their last 14 contests.
Shared team scoring honors with KCP in loss to Indiana with career-high 14 points.
Career-high 23 points in loss at Missouri; exceeded his scoring output in preceding eight games combined.
Had a career-high seven assists at Ole Miss.
Shot 41 percent from 3-point range and 86 percent from the line during the SEC schedule.
Williams needed just 12 games to score more points than he did in two previous seasons combined.
As valuable for his defensive ability as he is for running the offense.
Could be team's top athlete, if his team-record vertical jump of 47 inches is any indication.
Career-high 11 points came in win over Mercer. Other double-figure scoring game of 10 points was against Georgia Tech.
Played in 20 games and averaged 5.7 minutes per outing.
Connected on just one 3-pointer all season, but it was important in its time. Hit a big trey in first-half action at home against Florida.
Also played a key role in Georgia's comeback win over Mississippi Valley State in the season opener, handing out three second-half assists and playing solid defense on the perimeter.
Earned a valuable niche for himself early in his career as Georgia's top backup at point guard.
Perhaps the quickest, most athletic of Georgia's backcourt corps.
Finest hour of the season came when he tallied seven points off the bench -- spelling a foul-plagued Dustin Ware -- and helped ignite Georgia's upset of Top 25 foe Vanderbilt in Athens.
Largely unheralded prospect who began to draw widespread attention late in the season.
Averaged 26 points, 5.9 assists, 2.5 steals and 3.0 rebounds per game as a senior at South Dade Senior High School.
Named to the All-Dade County 2nd team by the Miami Herald after the 2009 season.
Averaged 18.5 points and 5.0 assists per game as a junior in 2008.
Also participated in football and track for the Buccaneers.
Full Name: Vincent Anthony Williams
Birthdate/Birthplace: Jan. 17, 1991 / Homestead, Fla.
Parents: Vincent and Michelle Williams
Academic Major: Housing
Favorite TV Show: Fresh Prince
Favorite Beverage: Sweet Tea
Websites I most often visit: Instagram
Favorite Academic Subject: English
Most Challenging Subject: Math
My role models away from sports: My dad
Adjectives that I would use to describe myself: Laid back
Teammate that makes me laugh the hardest: Donte' Williams
Non-Athletic Accomplishment I'm proudest of: Graduating from high school
Most famous person I've ever met: Michael Jordan
Hidden Talent: Singing
Pre-Game Ritual: Prayer
Favorite NBA Team: Miami Heat
Favorite non-basketball team: Tennessee Titans
How I got started playing basketball: Just following my dad around when he played
What drives me to excel in basketball: My family
I chose to attend UGA: It was just a great place to be
The thing I like most about being part of this team: It just feels like a home away from home
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