“Williams was one of the best rebounders in college basketball last season -- but he was a bit on the flabby side. He showed strength and toughness in the paint, but his lack of explosive leaping ability and conditioning were major issues,” wrote
He has worked out for at least a dozen teams, including the
I have said here before that for Williams, it's all about landing in the right spot, one with low expectations, plenty of patience and a good coaching staff. So maybe Williams came out a year too early, breaking the hearts of Terps fans, but he was a productive college player who often flashed pro potential in the competitive ACC.
I think a good parallel is San Antonio forward
If Williams has a soft landing with a good organization, he will have an opportunity to learn in practice and watch on the sidelines for a year or two while continuing to develop his body. He might never become a star, but he can earn himself a nice living and play for a while. As we know, everybody loves those mediocre big men.