Ohio State basketball recruiting: 2013 prospect Kameron Williams signs with Buckeyes

Bob Donnan-US PRESSWIRE

The Buckeyes picked up a significant commitment on Wednesday during college basketball's early signing period, landing four-star Baltimore guard Kameron Williams.

College basketball's early signing period is underway across the nation, and Thad Matta's Ohio State Buckeyes already picked up their second commitment in the 2013 class on Wednesday by landing four-star guard Kameron Williams, reported by Land-Grant Holy Land.

A 6'2, 165-pound shooting guard from Mount Saint Joseph High School in Baltimore, Williams is an explosive scorer with a quick first step and shooting range well beyond the perimeter. Though he does not possess the size or strength to defend the two-guard position full-time in the Big Ten right away, he should be fully capable of providing a double-digit scoring punch off the bench from the moment he steps on campus.

Williams held offers from Marquette, Miami, Syracuse and Wake Forest, but ultimately opted to hold strong on the prior verbal he was reported to have given the Buckeyes back in mid-September. Williams joins fellow four-star prospect Marc Loving in Matta's 2013 class, giving the Buckeyes two unanimous top 100 players with more potentially on the way.

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