Williams drawing Pac-12 attention
One of the top unsigned seniors in Southern California is from Los Angeles Price in 6-foot-6, 205-pound 2015 forward Roderick Williams. A very long face up four, Williams is a good athlete who can also step out and knock down shots. "I do a lot of driving to the basket right now," Williams said. "The mentality I have is to go dunk the ball. I just need to keep working hard and not letting up." Williams is hearing from California and USC, two schools he has interest in. "Cal is a good team and great environment. They're really about family," Williams said. "USC is fun, you get a good education and everyone around there is nice." A year young for his class, Williams has toyed with the idea of going to a prep school next season, although as of now it's not his preference. "Most likely I'm going to college," Williams said.
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