One of the hottest names coming into the second weekend of Nike's EYBL play was that of Mt. St. Joseph's Kameron Williams.
Coming off of a junior season at Mt. St. Joseph where he earned BCL Player of the Year honors, there has been absolutely no let up in Kam's game thus far this spring. Through the first four games of EYBL play, Williams led the league in points per game (27.3) as well as three pointers made (21).
Terps Insider had a chance to catch Kam in his first game down in Hampton, where Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon was on hand to watch.
Baltimore Elite struggled down the stretch as they faced a loaded Indy Spiece team featuring one of the top players in the nation in Trey Lyles. And while Williams finished the game with only 10 points, he still showed flashes of why he's become so highly sought, including a three pointer from well beyond the NBA stripe.
Terps Insider caught up with Kam following the game to talk about his recruitment which has picked up significantly in the last week.
As far as schools he has heard from this past week, Williams rattled off a long list.
"Oklahoma State, Miami, Wake Forest, Drexel, Providence, Michigan State, Michigan, Richmond, and that's pretty much it."
As far as offers go, Williams said as of right now he has offers from Dayton, VCU, Miami, Virginia Tech, Drexel and Wake Forest.
Williams said he'd like to play in an offense with a lot of motion and sees himself as more of a combo guard at the next level.
Williams also talked about what area he feels he needs to work on heading into his final year of high school.
"Definitely the defensive end, at the next level when I have to keep up with much bigger and stronger, quicker guys. I have to tune up my on-the-ball and off-the-ball defense, staying low and not reaching. Staying out of foul trouble."
Asked specifically about what it would mean to get an offer from Maryland and play in the ACC, "It would be great to pick up an offer from them, it would be tremendous."
Williams added, "Obviously it would be pretty good to play in the ACC, its one of the best conferences in college basketball and my family can watch."
With the additional attention he's received recently, Williams said he might push back his timetable as far as making his college decision. Needless to say, his recruitment is going to be one to watch in the weeks and months to come.