Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
SG

Donovan Williams

Shooting Guard
6′5″ / 190 lbs
Lincoln, NE
North Star
Class of 2020
Rating: 92
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National Avg
Rating: 90.5
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Medium
Kansas State
Medium
Oklahoma
Medium
Ole Miss
Medium
Texas
Medium
USC
Medium
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Videos

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Donovan Williams Junior Year

Updates

1 mo ago by David Sandhop
Quick Note on an A&M Hoops Recruiting Target
The Aggies are scheduled to host four-star (unofficially) 2020 shooting guard Donovan Williams on Wednesday for the Florida game. Last week, he broke the single game Nebraska prep scoring record when he tallied 44 points. That was the Tuesday game. On Friday, he broke his own three-day record by going off for 50 points. That's 94 points in one week, and his shooting percentage was over 50%. All this and he had ACL surgery less than a year ago.He had been a long-time commit to his home state Cornhuskers but had a falling out of some sort with new coach Fred Hoiberg. It may have been that Hoiberg backed off because Williams tore his ACL last spring, but I don't know for sure. But he's just recently opened up his recruitment and school's like Kansas St., Oklahoma St., and Missouri among others are recruiting him hard.Just something to keep an eye on next week.
1 mo ago by David Sandhop
Another Hoops Recruiting Nugget
It's raining hoops recruiting news this week as we close in on the April signing period.Texas A&M will host an unofficial visit for Donovan Williams who is a 6-foot-5, 180-pound shooting guard from Lincoln, Nebraska. He's a low four-star recruit that was a long-time commit to Nebraska. However, with a coaching change and an ACL injury last spring, that relationship soured and he's back on the open market.He recently visited Kansas State and now he's scheduled to be in College Station this weekend for the Florida game. He's a very explosive guy, and the offers have been rolling in since he decommitted in late December...Texas, Kansas State, OU, A&M, and USC among the new offers.FYI, he's healthy and back at full strength. He scored 32 points in a high school game the other night.Here's his junior film...https://www.hudl.com/video/3/8772986/5c9ba4b6688e5b0cb443dfb1
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96-98: Advanced national prospect (High Four-star)

Considered one of the best 30-50 prospects in the nation. Displays the physical skills to be an immediate major contributor at the collegiate level as a freshman with high NBA potential after 2-3 years of development in college.

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Considered one of the top 50-100 prospects in the nation. Displays the physical skills to be a major D-1 contributor early in his college career. Has the ability to become a high level professional prospect over time with development.

90-91: High regional prospect (Low Four-star)

Considered one of the top 100-125 prospects in the nation. Displays the physical skills to be major D-1 contributor over the course of his college career. Must show improvement in physical and skills development to become a high level professional prospect.

80-89: Regional prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the top 125-400 prospects in the nation. Displays the physical skills to be a contributor at a Power 5 conference school or high mid-major program over the course of his college career. Must show significant improvement in physical and skills development to become a professional prospect.

Below 80: (Two-star)

Considered to be a prospect outside of the Top 400. Displays the physical skills to be a low D-1 level contributor over the course of his college career.
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