Wiliams, who started the camp slowly, began to play good basketball towards the end of the week. "Starting off, I didn't play that well, but I think as the camp went on, I learned how to play at camp, then I think I played well," Williams explained.
T-Will finished with 11 points in the morning game, including three big-time dunks. With University of Louisville head coach Rick Pitino on hand for Williams second game, the 6-foot-5 guard scored 10 points and grabbed a few boards.
Earlier in the week, Williams expressed disappointed in his teams selfishness and said he's looking forward to rejoining his AAU sqaud next week, "I know when I go back home to my AAU team and high school team it won't be like that."
Louisville signee Lamar Roberson also had a great camp, and really proved that he has the ability to contribute at U of L right away. Roberson filled the stat sheet in both of games on Saturday, and by our count finished with 15 points, 3 rebounds, and 8 assists in the days opener. His final game was similar to the one earlier in the day, as the 6-foot-7 forward had 16 points, 6 boards, and 3 assists. Roberson only got better as the camp wore on and many analysts at adidas came away impressed.
Plenty versatile, Roberson gets up and down the court well, goes hard to the glass, and can really adjust shots in the lane.
Roberson's also doing a little recruiting for his future team this week. During T-Will's last game of the day, Roberson and Marcus Williams were chatting in the stands, likely talking about a possible future for the trio at Louisville.
Nolan Smith earns honors
Sophomore-to-be Nolan Smith didn't let up on the last day, either. He rotated between point and two guard and continued to show why he's considered one of the top prospects in his class. Smith is really learning how to run a team, and his leadership has a lot to do with that. He listed Louisville, Duke, and Syracuseas his top 3 schools.
Chad Millard had a solid camp and played in the senior all-star game Saturday night.
Millard continues to shoot the ball well. If he to attack the basket off the bounce he'll develop into a promising wing prospect.
When asked about his camp performance, Millard said, "I played alright. I shot really good, but it's a tough atmosphere to play in if your not a guard."
Louisville prospect Marcus Williams was invited to play in the all-star game but was forced to decline because of a groin injury. Williams missed all of the action on Saturday.
Other News and Notes
James Parlow, a senior-to-be, can play both point guard and shooting guard and was very impressive at adidas camp. He shoots the ball well from deep and at 6'4 could be a good point guard at the next level.
Michael Beasley is definitely one of the top 5 players at this camp. Beasley is the type of player that can take over a game any time he wants. In a game today, Beasley threw down two nice dunks in traffic.
Gary Flowers is a 6'7 guy that is willing to bang, but can also shoot the ball. He has a great touch around the rim and is a scoring machine.
PRP product JaJuan Spillman played well on the last day of camp and dished out 8 assists in one game.
A point guard to keep an eye on in the future would be Jesse Woodard III. Woodard is a sophomore to be and really handles the ball well.