Dabo Swinney Thinks Zion Williamson Would Make A Good Football Player
On the off chance that you’ve watched Zion Williamson play ball than you would realize that he is a flat out monstrosity of nature. At 6’7″ and 292 pounds, Williamson is a dunking machine who has likewise possessed the capacity to get some really noteworthy squares and even put an imprint in the ball. He is in all likelihood going to go first generally in the NBA draft this late spring and groups are now arranging to attempt and draft him. Williamson could be the sort of player to totally change an establishment’s fortunes. While Zion is immovably planted in the realm of b-ball, the football world has paid heed. Clemson Tigers mentor Dabo Swinney showed up on Duke head mentor Mike Krzyzewski’s radio show where he discussed what positions he’d have Zion play in the event that he were in his group.
“I’d put [Williamson] at tight end or wideout or [defensive] end or wherever he needed to play,” Swinney clarified. “We may even put him at quarterback.”
Obviously, the Clemson Tigers won the NCAA football National Championship back in January and Dabo Swinney was named mentor of the year. A Tigers group with Zion could make the guarding champions much more grounded.