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2015 Post-Summer Player Rankings Countdown: 91 – Kenny Williams

91. Kenny WILLIAMS Height: 6’-3” Weight: 180 Position: SG Wingspan: 6’-5” 1/2 High School (State): LC Bird (VA) Club Team (Affiliation): Boo Williams (Nike) Breakdown: Like Indiana-bound Robert Johnson last spring and summer, Kenny Williams blew up as a talented shooting guard for Boo Williams during the 2014 grassroots circuit. Williams came into the Nike Elite Youth...
Via Hoopniks
August 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Indiana offers class of 2015 guard Kenny Williams

After getting involved with his recruitment following the first Nike Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL) session last month in Sacramento, Indiana took the next step in its pursuit of class of 2015 guard Kenny Williams today. The Hoosiers offered a scholarship to the 6-foot-4 L.C. Bird (Va.) standout, who plays for Boo Williams and is a friend […] The post Indiana offers class...
Via Inside the Hall
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Troy Williams says Hoosier Hysteria moved Indiana on his list of schools

Troy Williams had heard all the stories about how crazy Hoosier Hysteria was going to be. His close friend, Stanford Robinson, is already committed to play for the Hoosiers next year, and the two had spoken about the event on occasion. But when Williams, a highly-touted forward in the 2013 recruiting class, actually stepped foot inside Assembly Hall on Saturday, he was surprised...
Via Inside the Hall
October 22, 2012  |  Discuss

North Carolina Basketball: Troy Williams has his finalists, again

For those that enjoy the recruiting aspect of college sports here is some news on Troy Williams, the 6’7″/190 lbs small forward who was about to commit to either North Carolina or Kentucky at the beginning of May and then reopened his recruiting. Now it seems that the forward, who is teamed up with future North Carolina basketball commit Nate Britt at Oak Hill Academy, has once...
Via isportsweb.com
September 28, 2012  |  Discuss

2013 forward Troy Williams to attend Hoosier Hysteria

Indiana got in late on 2013 forward Troy Williams, but it doesn’t seem to have hurt the Hoosiers. Williams will take one of his official visits to Bloomington for Hoosier Hysteria Oct. 19-21, his uncle and AAU coach Boo Williams confirmed to Inside the Hall on Friday. Adam Zagoria first reported the visit. Williams, a 6-foot-6 forward from Hampton, Virgina, is the 30th-ranked...
Via Inside the Hall
September 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Troy Williams Will Receive An In-Home Visit From The Louisville Staff

Troy Williams, a 5-star small forward from Hampton, VA., will receive an in home visit from Louisville assistant Kevin Keatts on September 13th. The Louisville staff has been in pursuit of Williams for quite some time, but it’s always been considered a long-shot that he ends up in a Louisville uniform. While Kentucky and North Carolina once thought to be the only two schools that...
Via The Cardinal Connect
September 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Hoosiers in contact with four-star forward Troy Williams

NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. – Troy Williams had planned to make his announcement on where he will attend college in the spring. Williams, who plays at Oak Hill Academy, tweeted on April 30 that he would choose between Kentucky and North Carolina. But he delayed making a decision and is now looking at other schools, including Indiana. The Hoosiers just started to get in touch with Williams...
Via Inside the Hall
July 20, 2012  |  Discuss

5-Star Small Forward Troy Williams Adds Louisville Back To The List

Troy Williams, a class-of-2013 5-star small forward was originally set to make his college decision last week. The Hampton, Virginia native was reportedly going to choose between Kentucky and North Carolina. However, a night before he was expected to make his decision public, he had a change of heart and decided that he needed some more time. Dave Johnson of the DailyPress.com is...
Via The Cardinal Connect
May 10, 2012  |  Discuss

North Carolina Basketball: 2013 SF Troy Williams cuts list to five

From a small blog post I found on CBS Sports by Jeff Borzello, who I have had on some of my podcasts, it seems that junior small forward Troy Williams, who I had posted about a while back, has cut his list to five schools. Besides North Carolina the 6’6″/190 lbs young man out of Phoebus High School (Hampton, VA) is looking at Kentucky, Georgetown, Villanova and Virginia Tech...
Via isportsweb.com
December 31, 2011  |  Discuss

North Carolina Basketball: 2013 SF Troy Williams excited about UNC offer

Could Troy Williams be the next big 2013 pick up for UNC?If you want to see how excited 2013 small forward Troy Williams got when he was offered by North Carolina just check out below the tweet he sent out to all of his friends. The 6’6″ 190 pound forward, nephew to Boo Williams, is in the ESPN’s Top 10 for his class as five star recruit. He is also listed as a five star recruit...
Via isportsweb.com
December 16, 2011  |  Discuss
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