Pac-10 School Leads For Star PG

Marcus Williams, a rock-solid 6-2, 180 pound point guard from Crenshaw H.S. in Los Angeles, Calif., is headed to Oak Hill Academy in Virginia next fall.
Williams, who spoke with the Insiders Report/ from the Kingwood Classic in Texas this past weekend, said his parents have talked to Oak Hill Head Coach Steve Smith about a transfer to the prep school power.
"I haven't visited there yet but I am hoping to visit in May," he said.
Williams said that UCLA is the current leader in his recruiting process. He said that he has already been offered by the Bruins, Arizona and Southern California.
In addition to those three schools, Williams said he is also considering Duke and Maryland. He's also interested in North Carolina but said he isn't sure the reciprocal is true.
"I've been to Duke for the Bob Gibbons Tournament, but I am not sure how serious they are yet," Williams said. "I like North Carolina, but they are not really recruiting me right now."
Williams has not taken nor has he planned any official visits this spring. He said he will most likely take his visits in the fall.
"I am not sure when I will make a decision," he said. "I have to talk it over with my parents before I make a decision."
Williams helped the Southern California All-Stars reach the Sweet 16 of the Kingwood Classic.
A deliberate floor general who sees the floor exceptionally well, Williams is a terrific passer and cerebral decision maker on the floor. While he's not explosively quick, the southpaw point guard is an excellent three point marksman.
Williams averaged 25 points and 11 assists at Crenshaw this past season. He took the SAT back in the fall but said his results got lost in the mail. He will take the exam again in June.
Williams will attend the Nike All-American Camp in Indianapolis this July and then tour the summer circuit with Pat Barrett and Ollie Goulston's Southern California All-Star program.