TUCSON, Ariz. - He did, and then he didn't, and know he does again. After decommitting from the University of Arizona nearly two months ago, 4-star point guard Brandon Williams, has officially decided to don the red and blue next season.
The point guard, out of Crespi High School in California, had narrowed it down to Arizona, Gonzaga and Oregon as his final 3 schools. But ultimately, announcing at the Ballislife All-Star game, he will join Arizona after all.
"The whole thing with me was being extremely happy with a program where I know I’m most comfortable with and where I know my heart first led me," Williams said during his announcement. "That was with coach Sean Miller and the University of Arizona."
Williams will battle grad transfer Justin Coleman and returning sophomore Alex Barcello for the starting point guard spot.
Arizona now has 11 players lined up for next season, also including new additions Devonaire Doutrive, Omar Thielemans and Ryan Luther.