``I just felt it was best situation for me player developement-wise," Williams said. ``I really like the coaching staff, the enviroment and the academics."
``It was about the players who would be there and who I thought I would gel better with," he added. "I want a degree. I want to goes as far as I can.
Williams, who has a 3.0 GPA and a 1220 on the SAT, plans to major in mechanical engineering.
This was a big-time get for the Eagles, who got in as early as just about anyone on Williams. He joins Penn Hills (Pa.) 6-8 forward Akida McLain, who BC picked up last week.