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'15 CA SG Nuwr'iyl "Nu" Williams

Discussion in 'University of Colorado Recruiting Archive - Basket' started by Buffnik, Jun 2, 2014.

  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Santa Monica H.S. (Santa Monica, CA)

    AAU: Earl Watson Pangos Elite

    Ht: 6'2"
    Wt: 165

    Rivals rating: 4*; unranked SG
    Scout rating: 3*; unranked SG -- have him in 2016 class by mistake
    ESPN rating: 3*-75 grade; #65 SG
    247s rating: NR; unranked SG

    Reported Offers: COLORADO, Arizona State, Auburn, Louisville, Loyola Marymount, New Mexico, Northern Arizona, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Pepperdine, Rhode Island, SDSU, Tulsa, UNLV
     
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    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    I couldn't find any highlights.

    Here's the ESPN scouting report:

    Updated 03/25/2014

    Strengths:
    When describing Williams the first description that comes to mind is "explosive". He is electric in the open court due to his quickness, speed, and bounce. He can step outside and knock in jumpers as well, but his game is attacking the rim. He has improved in the area of creating his own shot, however, He has a ultra-quick 1st step to separate from defenders and he can rise straight up and knock it in.


    Weaknesses:
    To take his game to another level, he needs to learn how to be productive in the half court set (moving without the ball and finding teammates off the dribble). In addition, he needs to improve his right hand while attacking and to make sure to keep his handle low and tight.


    Bottom Line:
    Williams is a late-blooming scoring guard with a bag full of athletic traits. If he can improve his ball skills and savvy for the game, he should be recruited at the Division I level.
     

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