The new normal definitely has been different for many basketball recruits around the country. Cash Williams of Arizona Western JC is a 6’3” point guard from Fresno California. Cash is not the type of player who shy’s away from competition. He’s definitely a competitor who hates to lose. Like many players around the country, Cash’s junior college career was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This past season, Williams landed a spot on the National Junior College Athletic Association All-American team. The Honorable Mention selection is a huge accomplishment for any player.
Cash averaged 14.8 points per game; Free-Throw percentage of 76.1%, Field goal percentage of 40.6%, Three point field goal percentage of 36.6%, and lead the team in minutes at 32.9% pre game.
The last few years, Arizona Western has been producing quality players who have went on to have productive college careers. University of Utah Alfonso Plummer; Northern Kentucky Bryson Langdon, and Marvin Mapaga of Eastern New Mexico are just a few to name.
This past week, Williams added his name to the list by committing to a Division 2, Western New Mexico to continue his basketball career. I had an opportunity to Catch up with Cash and discuss his transition to the next level. Audio version is down below👇🏾👇🏾