Belton Honea Path will be a team to watch next season on the hardwood and one reason why is small forward Malcolm Williams who was an All-Conference and All-Area selection last year. Add the fact that he and his twin brother, Marcus, will be juniors next season with colleges already showing early interest and you see why. We've got the details regarding Malcolm's early recruitment here.
The 2016 prospect talked about the numbers he averaged last season for the Bearcats.
"Last year I averaged 16 points and 7 rebounds per game. I was named to two All-Tournament Teams and named to the All-Conference and All-Area Teams."
Williams shared with us the schools he and his brother have been hearing from thus far during their recruitment.
"We've heard from Winthrop, Newberry, Francis Marion, Wofford, Anderson, Wingate, Lincoln Memorial, Southern Wesleyan, Georgia Southern, Elon, and Presbyterian so far."
Being that he and his twin brother are both hearing from quite a few schools we had to ask if they would like to continue to play together on the collegiate level?
"Yes sir! Most likely we're leaning on going to the same college."
Does being twins give the Williams brothers a chemistry on the court or are the two polar opposites?
"We have a lot of chemistry playing with each other. But we're two different kind of players at the same time which makes opposing teams difficult to defend us."
Capable of having big outings on the court Malcolm talked about his best game last season for the Bearcats.
"My best game this past season was against Wren High Schoool when I had 29 points. The game was very memorable because it was a game to get into the playoffs and we won. Unfortunately though we lost to Seneca the next game by 9 points."
Asked to talk about his strengths and areas he's trying to improve Malcolm was forthcoming about it all.
"My biggest strength is getting to the basket. Creating my own shot and guarding the perimeter."
"I need to improve my outside shooting so I can be able to open my game up more."
The 2016 prospect says he feels his game most compares to current Houston Rocket Terrence Jones "because of my ability to attack the basket with force and posting up when need be."
With his junior season coming next year Williams talked about some goals he's set for his team and himself.
"To lead my team to a conference championship, make a deep run in the playoffs, and make the All-State Team."
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