Williams emigrated from the Caribeean and enrolled at McClancy, but was declared ineligible by the CHSAA for the first semester.
He will be joining McClancy's leading scorer, senior 6-foot-4, 165-pound swingman Stephen Wood. Wood, known as "Sticks," has been getting additional interest from Division I programs as the season progresses.
Wagner, Hofstra, and Drexel have also shown interest in Wood, who was on that list of rising seniors rumored to be changing schools for their final prep season. Unlike some others, Wood returned.
Nazareth is led by the CHSAA Class A's leading scorer, Mike Hill who is averaging 22.1 points per game. Teammate Xavier Gonzalez's 16.7 ppg is good for fourth in the league.
Wood is second in the league at 21.9 ppg. McClancy's point guard Perry Opong is averaging 15.1, sixth in the CHSAA.