Whether it's with his high school or travel team, Williams gets cast in the role of scorer, specifically shooter. Leave him open and he's nailing the shot. Moves exceptionally well so he'll get lost and then boom, count it. Prefers to work the baselines where he can get loose. Quick reflexes help him get his shot off in tight spaces.
There's a long and storied history of thin wings turning into players. From Juan Dixon to the Curry's, Eric Maynor and C.J. McCollum to name a few. Williams is as skinny or skinnier than everyone on that list. He's also got as much leaping ability as one can pack into his frame. If he puts on weight, that would be huge but he doesn't have a body that translates to 25 more pounds. Therefore, he must maximize the muscle he has. Long term he may want to develop point guard attributes so he can make himself more of a threat. He doesn't pass enough to show what he can do as a play maker.
He's one of the most difficult evaluations because of his body style. He's going to encounter problems defensively at the highest level because of his size. He's also going to shoot the ball well enough to be a factor. The question is: highest level mid-major or niche high-major prospect? He'll have to make that decision on his own as he'll have both options.
Kameron Williams commits to Ohio State