After taking recent visits to Harvard and Washington, class of 2013 point guard Nigel Williams-Goss‘ recruitment is beginning to take shape.
“Washington and Harvard are in the lead at this point,” the Oregon native told NRS after returning from his Washington visit today.
His trips to each school are a big reason those two schools are in the lead and they gave him a better feel for each program. “My [Washington] visit was really good! The campus was really nice,” Williams-Goss said. “[What impressed me the most was] just how beautiful the campus was! It was arguably the best campus I have been on.
“I toured the campus, hung out with the players, met with a bunch of academic people and did a lot of other stuff. I love the coaching staff, they definitely put their guards in positions to make plays and then obviously they play in the PAC-12.”
He has similar strong feelings about Harvard, too. “At Harvard, their academics are obviously second to none,” Williams-Goss said. “I have developed great relationships with [head] coach [Tommy] Amaker and [assistant] coach [Yanni] Hufnagel. They are a program on the rise.”
The 6’3, 180-pound floor general has already visited UNLV multiple times in addition to a trip to UCLA last summer. UCLA, Miami (FL), Missouri, Oklahoma, Washington State, USC and Providence have all asked Williams-Goss to take a visit to their school but he’s unsure of which of those programs he’ll take a closer look at.
The Findlay Prep rising senior has no timetable for when he wants to commit.