St. Andrews Episcopal forward Benny Williams announced Thursday that he has cut his list of schools down to four.
The four-star junior put on Twitter that he is considering Miami, Maryland, Georgetown and Syracuse as he moves forward in the recruiting process.
According to 247Sports, Williams has taken unofficial and official visits to Syracuse, an unofficial visit to Maryland and attended Georgetown basketball games.
Thank you to all the coaches who spent their valuable time to recruit me. I appreciate all of the conversations and insight. With that said I have narrowed my list down to four schools from which I will make my commitment to further my academic and athletic career. 👀 pic.twitter.com/AAtsRzuMwk
— Benny Williams 🐛 (@_bennywilliams) April 30, 2020
Williams is regarded as one of the top forwards in the 2021 class, as he is ranked the top player in Maryland and the tenth best small forward in the nation, according to 247Sports.
Williams, who stands at 6-foot-9, had an impressive junior season where he averaged 16 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks per game while receiving First Team All-Met honors. Williams help guide St. Andrew’s to a Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference championship.