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Another former Knight has found his way to the professional ranks.

Former UCF forward Romario Williams was the No. 3 pick in Thursday's Major League Soccer Super Draft, and was selected by the Montreal Impact.

Williams started 46 games while at UCF and scored 18 goals with five assists. He signed a Generation Adidas contract on Jan. 8 that made him eligible for the draft.

The Jamaica native was a member of Jamaica's U17 national team and also participated in the FIFA U17 World Cup.

UCF head coach Bryan Cunningham attended the draft in Philadelphia with Williams, and was thanked by his former player on stage.

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Ryan Gillespie is the Editor-in-Chief at the Central Florida Future. Follow him on Twitter at @rgillespiecff or email him at RyanG@CentralFloridaFuture.com.