Williams has been able to impact the game on both ends of the floor for Texas A&M with his extraordinary length, budding post game, rim protection timing, off-ball cutting, finishing, mid-range jumper, and defensive versatility.
While he was not particularly heralded coming out of high school, he's already established himself as one of the most talented long-term big men prospects in college basketball, even if he still has a ways to go in a number of different areas.
As the video outlines from the Arizona game, Williams often plays too fast, isn't physical enough on either end of the floor, is not a great defensive rebounder, and is very much living off his elite physical tools at the college level to bail out his lack of awareness, polish and experience.
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