Point Guard Nigel Williams-Goss Will Have Success in College Basketball Next Season
Nigel Williams-Goss was one of the best high school point guards in the country last season and it will be revealing to see how his game can shine at the college basketball level as well. He was a proven winner in high school and I do not anticipate it changing at all at the next level.
— USA Basketball (@usabasketball) June 18, 2013
Williams-Goss brought a gold medal home this summer and the winning is not done yet for this young point guard. He has a high level basketball IQ and though I’m not sure if he can ever be a All Star player, I believe he can be a truly quality college basketball player. Hope I am wrong about that but his physical limitations may hold him back.
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
Saw the question and answer tweet below about Williams-Goss, which is definitely worth checking out as well.
Q&A – Nigel Williams-Goss http://t.co/EW7aESex7E
— Husky Sports Now (@HuskySportsNow) July 23, 2013
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