Despite a knee injury, Encino (Calif.) Crespi Carmelite Brandon Williams is still one of the most coveted 2018 players in California, and he plans on playing a vintage last season as well.
“The recovery is going really well,” Williams said. “Unfortunately, I’m not going to be able to play this summer, but by the start of my senior season I’m going to be 100 percent ready to go. I wish I would be able to run this summer, but getting ready for my last season right before college is my top priority.”
Sean Miller would love to coach Williams at the next level.
“The recent in-home visit with Coach Miller was really good," Williams said. "It was kind of what I expected. He thinks I can play early and he likes my ability to lead a team. We talked about visiting Arizona and I’m going to probably do that here soon.
“Coach Romar there that only helps. My family has a lot of respect for him.”
In addition to Arizona, UCLA has been picking up its recruitment.
"A lot of kids in the area have been going there and Coach Alford has had some success with point guards, so I am visiting there Tuesday," Williams said.
With so much on his agenda, Williams is in no rush to make a collegiate decision.
“I’m not totally sure when I will make a decision about college," he said. "I want to get fully healthy and then go from there.”