Williams puts up points, gains interest

One of the top 2013 prospects in Baltimore -- Kameron Williams -- is having a terrific season and his college interest continues to pick up.

Kameron Williams, a 6-foot-2, 165-pound shooting guard, pumps in points with the best of them.

During his junior season, Williams has led Baltimore (Md.) Mount St. Joseph to a 23 -5 record and to the Baltimore Catholic League regular season championship.

"He's just a pleasure to coach," Mount St. Joseph coach Pat Clatchey told Scout.com.

"He kind of has an old school type mentality with a blue collar work ethic," he added. "He strives to be a complete player. His work ethic is tremendous. If you couple that with his talent that really puts him in the position that he's in."

In the past two years, Williams, a three-star prospect, has scored more than 1,000 points for Mount St. Joseph.

"Some guys can score," Clatchey explained. "Some guys can shoot. But he can do both. That's really what makes him a duel threat. He can get to the bucket. He can score in transition. He has a post game. He can shoot it. He makes free throws."

Currently Williams has a host of schools showing him strong interest.

"The schools that are recruiting him with their head coaches are Miami, UMass, Virginia Tech, VCU, Dayton and Richmond," Clatchey said. "Those are kind of the main schools."

According to Baltimore Elite coach Bub Carrington, who coaches Williams on the travel team circuit, all of those schools have offered except Miami.

Williams is currently regarded as a top 25 shooting guard in the junior class.

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