Southwest’s Christopher McWilliams, posing with his mother Kimone Fance and stepfather Ell Fance, signed with the University of Florida on National Signing Day on Wednesday Feb., 3, 2016.
Southwest’s Christopher McWilliams, posing with his mother Kimone Fance and stepfather Ell Fance, signed with the University of Florida on National Signing Day on Wednesday Feb., 3, 2016. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com
Southwest’s Christopher McWilliams, posing with his mother Kimone Fance and stepfather Ell Fance, signed with the University of Florida on National Signing Day on Wednesday Feb., 3, 2016. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com

Southwest Miami’s Christopher McWilliams announces he will attend UF on National Signing Day

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