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2023 F Tyler Williams (Miami Offer)

NickskinNickskin Wealthy Alum
edited November 2020 in Men's Basketball Recruiting
Tyler Williams is a 6'8" Forward/Center from Cleveland (Brush High School) and is coached by Miami HOF Chet Mason.  

Prephoops Ohio rankings: #5 OVERALL (11.28.20)

PLAYER PROFILE:

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OFFERS

MIAMI, Cleveland State, Bryant, 

Comments

  • digitalhawkdigitalhawk Senior Barfly
    Mention in Cleveland.com 50 players to watch:
    Tyler Williams, Brush, sophomore

    At 6-7, Williams produced numerous double-doubles last season in the Western Reserve Conference for the Arcs. He already has offers from Miami (Ohio), Cleveland State and Bryant. With 6-8 junior Antwon Woolfolk, Brush is not short on height following the graduation of 6-10 John Hugley to Pittsburgh.
  • JHVMUFBAlumJHVMUFBAlum Off-Campus Slummer
    edited November 2020
    That should be easy decison between those 3 schools.  
    If we get out recruited by Bryant - a recent D1 start-up or Cleveland St. that would shock me.

    If academics play a part of it (and it should), Miami is light years ahead of both plus much bigger.
    Make the right decision......
  • laxdaddylaxdaddy Senior Barfly

    That should be easy decison between those 3 schools.  

    If we get out recruited by Bryant - a recent D1 start-up or Cleveland St. that would shock me.

    If academics play a part of it (and it should), Miami is light years ahead of both plus much bigger.
    Make the right decision......
    2023. There is a lot of time for other offers to come in. And when we have them committed with an LOI they still can get away.
  • That should be easy decison between those 3 schools.  

    If we get out recruited by Bryant - a recent D1 start-up or Cleveland St. that would shock me.

    If academics play a part of it (and it should), Miami is light years ahead of both plus much bigger.
    Make the right decision......
    A couple years ago Bryant hired the longtime number one assistant at Iona and he's led a big turnaround there after Tim O'Shea ran the program into the ground. They came about two inches away from knocking off Syracuse yesterday. And the academics there are actually really good for a school of that size.
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