Four-star recruit Donovan Williams has narrowed his choices to six schools and Kansas basketball made the cut.
According to Tipton Edits, the four-star recruit Donovan Williams is down to six schools: Villanova, Oklahoma State, Texas, Kansas State, Texas A&M, and Kansas basketball.
Williams was originally committed to the Nebraska Cornhuskers early on in his recruitment before decommitting and gaining interest from multiple midwest schools.
Ranked No. 128 on Rivals, you could argue Williams could be ranked in the top-50 due to his ability to shoot the three-ball while being one of the best slashers in the state of Nebraska.
In an interview conducted by Ron Powell of the Lincoln Journal Star, Williams explained his recruitment and the effects the novel coronavirus has had on it.
I’m still hoping I can take all my visits, then sign in May. I want to see what the coaches recruiting me think I should do. I may have to do it (make the decision) without taking my officials. If I have to do that, I’ll still wait a couple weeks before I decide.”
Williams, who has not been offered by Villanova or Kansas, described his plans for the two biggest programs who are waiting to see how their rosters shape out before making any moves.
I don’t know how long I would wait (for an offer) from one of the big schools (Kansas and Villanova) because I have three good schools right now”
Many Kansas basketball fans are devasted due to March Madness being canceled. For the coaching staff, it’s time to move on to the next season, unless something miraculous happens with the NCAA bringing the tournament back later this spring. If Kansas basketball loses someone outside of Dotson to the NBA or transfer portal expect Williams to be offered immediately by Kansas.