Kansas State lands JC PG Rudi Williams
The last open scholarship for the Kansas State men's basketball program seems to have a home. Northeastern Oklahoma A&M point guard Rudi Williams has committed to K-State.
Williams had other offers from mid-major programs and from one other high-major program in Washington State.
Williams is the second junior college point guard in as many years for Kansas State, following the signing of David Sloan a year ago.
A year ago at NEO Williams averaged 21.0 points on 51.0% shooting from the field, 36.4% from the 3-point line and 80.7% from the free-throw line. He also averaged 8.9 assists and 6.7 rebounds a game.
He will be the sixth member of the class, and seventh if you count the mid-season addition of Kaosi Ezeagu, a transfer from UNLV.
The outgoing players are the early transfer of Shaun Neal-Williams, the recent transfers of Cartier Diarra, James Love and Nigel Shadd and the graduations of Makol Mawien, Xavier Sneed and Pierson McAtee.
Stay tuned for more on Williams game at K-StateOnline.