Draft Express Writes Nigel Williams-Goss “Very Solid All Around” at U-19 Tournament
Recently saw the tweet below and have to agree with Draft Express that Nigel Williams-Goss had a solid U-19 tournament. The young point guard shot 42 percent from three point range and though he did not win a national championship at NHSI, something tells me that a gold medal is a decent consolation prize for Williams-Goss.
Great game and very solid all-around tournament for Nigel Williams-Goss. Loved him at tryouts and he's carried it over. Romar will love him.
— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) July 7, 2013
He will be a leader right away at the college level, and it will be interesting to see how high he goes in the draft and what analysts think he will be capable of.
Juilus Randle Kentucky Nigel Williams-Goss Washington Noah Vonleh Indiana just too name a few! This class is very deep an talented
— keistine collins (@KeyyLock) July 19, 2013
This young point has an extremely high basketball IQ and that will not go unnoticed on the court. What he lacks in size he makes up for in heart; he might even be Nate Robinson with a higher court IQ.
The surprise of trials is ULL's Elfrid Payton. Good news for AZ (Aaron Gordon), UW (Nigel Williams-Goss) and UVA (Mike Tobey) making team.
— Andy Katz (@ESPNAndyKatz) June 18, 2013
If you have any comments, feel free to Rant them below or hit me up on twitter.
Cowboys' Schedule Sadly Moving Texas Championships
The Dallas Cowboys' 2015 schedule conflicts with the tradition of the UIL Texas high school football state championships being played at AT&T Stadium. Read More
Ivan Rabb Will Be 2016 Pac-12 Freshman of the Year
Ivan Rabb may not be a national name yet, but he will be the Pac-12's Freshman of the Year in 2016. He will change the California Golden Bears into a yearly contender. Read More