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Williams finding his own game

No one came close to the freakish athleticism that Teondre Williams brought to the table at the Reebok Next Factors Spotlight camp two weeks ago in Atlanta.
Playing on his home court at Meadowcreek High School, the 6-foot-4 shooting guard abused the rims every chance he got. That is his game and he is getting even better at it.
Williams is one of the top athletes in the Southeast in his class of 2008. There are few players that have game-changing ability like he does when he leaves the hardwood.
"That is something that I always try to do," Williams said. "It changes the intensity level in the game."
Williams is sharpening his skills to match his athleticism. He has improved his pull up midrange game over the year and extending his jumper to the three point line but is still searching for some consistency. Like most young players, Williams is working on improving his game and hopes to fine tune it over the course of the summer.
A quiet killer, Williams is loud with his play but a reserved and humble player off the court. He credits the attention that his five-star teammate, Chris Allen, garnered last season to his recent attention on the recruiting trail.
"Everybody that came to watch Chris is starting to watch me now," Williams said.
Michigan State, where Allen is committed to, is involved. So is Syracuse. Georgia was the first school to get in line. He's been to Athens several times to see the Bulldogs. Florida and Auburn are also involved.
Williams spent last weekend at the University of Florida for the Gators Elite camp. Williams said he will also play at the Auburn camp.
The high-majors are coming and coming fast.