The 6-foot-6, 185-pound wing picked up an invite to the LeBron James US Skills Academy, and after a solid performance there he was asked to play in the Nike Global Challenge against the top players in the country.
"At LeBron camp I think I did real good," Williams said. "At the Global games I don't think I played as good as I could have or should have, but it was a lot of fun and a good experience playing with such good competition."
"I think I held my own pretty good," he continued. "I just wasn't scoring like I think I could. I was rebounding and playing pretty good defense."
Despite his strong play this summer only a trio of schools have made their way to New Hope (Minn.) Robbinsdale Cooper to watch him workout.
"I haven't had too many coaches come in, but I talked to a ton of coaches this summer and I've gotten a mail from just about every school. Only like three or four came in. Northern Iowa, Iowa State and Minnesota [came in] and Miami is coming later this month."
One of the schools that has a scholarship offer on the table recently received a visit from Williams.
"The only visit I took was to Iowa State," Williams said. "It was a lot of fun. We got to work out with the players during open gym that was a lot tougher. Then we went and watched the football game when they beat Iowa. That was a lot of fun."
Despite the early college interest, Williams, who is ranked No. 53 overall in the 2009 rankings, isn't in a rush to make a decision.
"I'm not really looking to make a decision anytime soon. I don't have a top list or anything."