Posted On: 05/26/20 5:58 PM

In my Baltimore player breakdowns by class, we’ve now reached the group of freshmen from this past season. There were plenty of diaper dandies that logged significant minutes for their respective teams and witnessed steady growth as they gained experience. We start this series by taking a look at the guards.

1. Mike WilliamsMikeWilliams6'3" | SGCalvert Hall | 2023State#76NationMD | 6’2 | Calvert Hall

Williams gained steam as the season progressed and saw plenty of opportunity alongside a very young Cardinals’ roster. The 6-foot-2 guard averaged a full stat line of 12.9 points, 4.7 rebounds 2.7 steals and 2.4 assists per game. A dynamic guard with athelticism, Williams scored from all over the floor but was at his best getting downhill and attacking the rim. Williams’ explosive athleticism allowed him to finish well over the rim in the open floor and even finish a few dunks in traffic. He improved defensively, especially off the ball where he manufactured deflections and transition scenarios for quick buckets. Often times we see prospects make a significant jump from their freshman to sophomore year in large part because of an increase in confidence. I expect that to happen with Williams. He currently holds an offer

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