Cody Williams, a prominent figure in Colorado’s basketball scene and a highly touted prospect, has officially announced his decision to enter the NBA Draft this summer, as disclosed to ESPN on Monday. The move comes as no surprise, given Williams’ previous standing as the projected top pick for this year’s draft.

Williams took to social media on Monday afternoon to confirm his decision. During the past season with the Buffaloes, he showcased his talent, averaging 13.7 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 1.8 assists per game while maintaining an impressive shooting efficiency of over 55% from the field across 24 games. Despite enduring multiple injuries throughout the season, including a fractured orbital bone, a wrist injury, and an ankle injury, Williams displayed resilience on the court.

In a remarkable performance during the NCAA tournament, Williams spearheaded Colorado’s victory over Florida with a 25-point display, showcasing his prowess under pressure. However, their journey ended with a defeat against Marquette in the following round.

Following the conclusion of the season, projections from Yahoo Sports’ Krysten Peek placed Williams as the potential No. 10 overall pick, with the Atlanta Hawks showing interest. Williams’ impact on the Buffaloes’ record-breaking 26-11 season, coupled with his stellar high school career as a five-star recruit ranked seventh in his class by, solidifies his status as a notable.



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