"Adam is a great young man who has done everything we've asked of him," Smith said. "At this point, he feels it would be best for him to move on and we wish him nothing but the best. Adam comes from a great family and that shows in the way he handles himself on and off the court. I know that Adam will be successful wherever he decides to finish his basketball career."
Williams did not specify what schools he is interested in attending, but UK has granted him a full release.
The 6-4 guard from St. Albans, W.Va., played in just eight games for UK this season, averaging 0.5 ppg and 0.4 rpg. Williams tallied two points in each of his first two games of the year and played a season-high seven minutes vs. Ole Miss in late February.