Ronni Williams

Wing

CLASS: 2013

96

SCOUTS GRADE

  • Daytona Beach, FLHometown
  • Atlantic High School
  • 6-2Height
  • Weight
  • 13Overall Rank
  • 2Position Rank

ESPN Player Evaluations

Nike Skills-May 11: A very versatile and skilled player, smooth long can do it all. She scores in a varity of ways. From low post or on perimeter. Looks for contact at both ends. Good leaper, Can create and knock down the midrange jumper. Very good defender. Needs to add strength. (Beverly)

NAIC South Carolina-Oct. 10: Long, lean, athletic, fluid, you name it, this 5-11 wing has it. Williams is constantly on the attack and the aggressive approach combines with some effective ballhandling to get her to the rim play after play. Both in transition and the halfcourt she went by on ball and helpside defenders as if they were standing still. Whether she takes it all the way or stops short with a high elevation pull up, she's a consistent scoring threat. What makes her that much more of a threat is how active she is in looking for and creating her scoring opportunities. Additionally, she came up with some second looks on the offensive glass that would keep any coach smiling. One of the deceiving things about Williams is her lean build. Her physical strength is impressive and she's not hesitant to use it on the defensive end of the floor. Her extended reach and quick hands make her an asset in almost any spot both in pressing or halfcourt schemes. (Lewis)

AAU Orlando-July 10: The class of 2013 is shaping up nicely as the prospects in this class are starting to show physical maturity and development. Prospects will have to show they have what it takes to compete against the best on a consistent basis. One prospect that is already making her way up the ranking charts is Williams. Blessed with one of the basketball-designed bodies in the class, Williams frame is long and her movements flawless. Although she is asked to shoulder the inside burdens for the Comets, Williams seems a natural at the small forward spot. Long and active are the cornerstones of her play on both ends. She rebounds out of her area as well as any prospects we've seen in the class and she finishes at the rim with ease. Playing at the high post, she made nice drives to basket finishing with either hand and was solid passers from the spot as well. Williams has range beyond the arc and can rise up and stick the pull-up mid range shot. She has very few weaknesses for a player this age. She will be a marked player in time, let see how she responds. If she enjoys the challenge, look for her among the elite in the 2013 class. (Powell)

Notes

Club Team: Central Florida Elite