Another former Arizona commitment is looking at potentially joining a different Pac-12 university.
Four-star point guard Brandon Williams (Encino, Calif.) announced he’s taking an official visit to Oregon next weekend, from April 13-15.
What's good Eugene🐥🐥🐥? pic.twitter.com/dBoj61zaBR
— Brandon Williams (@TheeBWill) April 6, 2018
Eugene is the latest Pac-12 stop for Williams, who also took an unofficial visit to Arizona State along with Sun Devils commit Taeshon Cherry.
Arizona State visit this weekend 👀🤷🏽♂️ (Unofficial visit) @tcherry002
— Brandon Williams (@TheeBWill) April 2, 2018
Tempe this weekend with my brother @TheeBWill 🤗👀!!! Let’s show him love !!!!
— Tae Cherry (@tcherry002) April 6, 2018
Williams was one of three major recruits to decommit from Arizona (with Shareef O’Neal and Jahvon Quinerly being the others) in the wake of the program’s implication in an FBI probe into bribery and corruption in college basketball. Since then, the guard has drawn interest from a collection of top programs, pulling offers from UCLA, Kansas, Arizona, Arizona State, UConn and Gonzaga, as well as Oregon.
ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reported even John Calipari is barking up Williams’ tree.
Former Arizona commit Brandon Williams told ESPN that Kentucky called last night. Arizona State, Gonzaga, Oregon all in the mix — along with Arizona.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) April 2, 2018
Williams is the No. 31 prospect and No. 7 point guard in the nation, and No. 3 prospect in California, per 247Sports.