Point Guard Nigel Williams-Goss Looks To Have Instant Impact for Washington Huskies
Point guard Nigel Williams-Goss impressed me quite a bit at last Spring’s National High School Invitational and have been keeping my eye on news concerning him since. He will be a fantastic college level point guard though it remains to be seen by me whether his game will translate to the pro level or not. Love watching this young man play though, and cannot wait for the next season of b-ball to begin.
Williams-Goss recently celebrated his birthday, which noticed recently on twitter. So congratulations to the young man who will be playing for the Washington Huskies next season. He was called an “instant impact” point guard in the tweet below and have to say quite agree.
— D1 Circuit (@D1Circuit) September 16, 2013
Williams-Goss is someone who has worked tirelessly on his game and it shows. His floater in the lane as well as his three point shooting was on full display this summer as he helped the US U-19 squad to gold. The young point certainly impressed Billy Donovan, and bet the coach is glad Williams-Goss is not playing in the SEC next season.
The Pac-12 will be kind of open next season, so it will be interesting to see if the Huskies can get things running smoothly on offense by the time conference play begins. Aaron Gordon’s arrival is interesting as well, so even though the Pac will not be the most watched conference next season you can bet that I will be checking in once conference play begins.
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