Though many may have not seen 2022 6’10 Corneilous Williams on the court yet in North Carolina, that doesn’t mean he isn’t making his mark with college programs.

Just a few months ago, Phenom Hoops introduced our readers to Williams and his game.  Coming from Mississippi, his versatility and impact on the floor can be recognized immediately on the court.  This is what was said about his game:

He can play the 3, the 4, or the 5 at Moravian, and he also mentioned that he prides himself as a defender and strong finisher around the rim, which certainly helped him when he averaged 15 points and 16 rebounds last season.

When speaking with Williams recently, he has enjoyed showing his full arsenal on the court.  He has been able to show how strong he is around the rim and his activity on defense, blocking shots and making big plays.

Williams’ recruitment has been exploding, as he has racked in offers from Bryant, Robert Morris, Austin Peay, Murray State, Mercer, Jackson State, George Washington, Coastal Carolina, and his latest coming from East Carolina.

“They like how active I am and aggressive I am, they also like how I play taller than what I am,” he said.  “They like how I carry myself like a young man.  I think I would fit well into the system because I bring the energy on and off the court.”

“I recently got an offer from East Carolina and I heard that is a popular school.  They landed Noah Farrakhan and a lot of other top players.  I liked all my offers because I never though I would become the person I am today.  This was always a dream to have D1 offers.”

Those offers don’t seem to be slowing down for the 2022 prospect and it seems like it may be just the start for him, as he is quickly making a name for himself in North Carolina.