High School Player Zion Williamson Throws Down Ridiculous In-Game 360-Degree Windmill Dunk (Video)

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The no. 2 college basketball prospect in the Class of 2018 is a kid from Spartanburg, South Carolina, named Zion Williamson. When you watch the video below you will understand why.

Williamson is a 6’6″ 220-pound high school junior who plays power forward for the Spartanburg Day School Griffins. On Monday, during a game against Shannon Forest Christian Crusaders, Williamson threw down an absolutely ludicrous 360-degree windmill dunk.

That’s right. An in-game 360-degree windmill dunk.

Needless to say, fans in attendance pretty much lost their minds. Take a look:

 

Good God almighty. The Shannon Forest kids didn’t even try to stop Williamson. They knew they’d be destroyed.

Unfortunately, their lack of defense is probably also why they lost 94-32.

Anyway, as you can see, Williams is pretty much ready to compete in the NBA slam dunk contest right now. However, he’s still got one more year of high school and at least one year of college until he can go head-to-head with the likes of Zach LaVine and Aaron Gordon. He’s worth the wait, though.

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