Devean Williams; Narbonne 2021

Posted On: 12/31/20 11:30 AM

For many high school basketball players, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought on some interesting challenges. Regular seasons are still largely on hold and players have limited opportunities for workouts and minimal chances to showcase themselves for college coaches.

At this time of year, Devean Williams, a senior at Narbonne High School, and his teammates would normally be gearing up for Marine League play. Instead, he's largely had to keep himself conditioned and in shape while continuing to work on his game.

"I've been running a lot at my high school around the track and the bleachers just to stay in shape. A lot of people haven't been in shape," Williams told Prep Hoops. "I've been getting a lot of shots up too, and conditioning and weight room too."

Fortunately for Williams, he was able to get some work in this fall at the Hoops 2.0 Showcase. Playing with Fastbreak1 17U, Williams did well to make a name for himself and establish himself as possibly one of the top stock risers in Southern California.

He's in the mold of an explosive wing scorer who can do a little bit of everything. He's very comfortable with the ball in his hands creating

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