"They go around down there and play the community colleges," Tex Williams told Andy Spradling of The Daily Mail. "They place no value on the games. Some of the players pay their own way, so they all get to play equally. Then in the final few weeks they emphasize the top players."
According to Williams' father, at IMG, the players work out three times a day with weight training, high intensity drills and flexibility. They even have nutrition classes to aid in physical development. College-level classes are also available.
His son, Adam, who turned 19 in September, has not altered his plan to play basketball for Coach Tubby Smith and the Kentucky Wildcats. In fact, he was in Lexington over Thanksgiving break.
"He went to a game and visited with Tubby," Williams said. "His scholarship is waiting. He is already their property. He doesn't have to resign. He leaves Florida in April and will report to campus and take some summer classes."
"That's not arranged yet, but Tubby likes to have his players there over the summer."
And that's certainly music to the ears of many Wildcat fans, hoping to see the 'Cats honor their commitment to Adam. To read more into this article, click here. © Copyright 2005 Charleston Daily Mail
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