Ziaire Williams is arguably the best wing in the NCAA Basketball 2020 recruiting class. Which of his concludingists are in the best place to land him?
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When it comes to the very best players in the 2020 NCAA Basketball recruiting class, we have an idea where a lot of the top-10 players are apt to head to. One exclusion is Ziaire Williams, a five-star little guardant graded No. 7 general reported to 247sportsComposite.
One of the best two-way players general in the recruiting class, Williams is a 6’7 wing who is a monolithic violative weapon. Whether it’s shot from deep, mid-range or dynamic to the basketball, he projects as a possible 20 ppg player at the NCAA Basketball flat and a future top-20 NBA Draft pick. National recruiting analyst Josh Gershon compares Williams to former Duke guardant Cam Reddish but I think he can surpass that at the college flat easily by simply having a amended motor.
After an outstanding session on the AAU circuit, Williams will be on the grandest stage in high school basketball, playing for Sierra Canyon in Los Angeles. He’ll be playing with fellow 2020 prospects BJ Boston and Terren Frank, along with the famous son of LeBron James, Bronny James. He figures to be a top player on the team on his way to an invite to the McDonald’s All-American event months away.
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As expected, Williams has been coveted by all the top NCAA Basketball teams. He recently released a concluding list of seven teams, including blue bloods Duke and UNC, along with five from the west coast. Although some are leading contenders to land the five-star, don’t count out anybody at the point.
For this piece, I’ll be taking a closer look at William’s possible fit with each program on this list. It’ll include pros and cons, as well as how each roster may look like for the 2020-21 time period and whether they’ll be in contention for a national title. Which one should he choose?Next: Arizona Next1 of 8Prev post Use your ← → (arrows) to browse Load Comments