Arguably the most popular pet peeve is putting words into others’ mouths, and Ohio State guard Kam Williams is a victim of that.
The 6-foot-2 guard declared for the 2017 NBA Draft without hiring an agent less than a week ago, and then CBS college basketball insider Jon Rothstein reported via Twitter on Monday that Williams would return for his final season in Columbus.
Ohio State's Kam Williams will return to school for his senior season, per Thad Matta. Entered 2017 NBA Draft process without an agent.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) May 1, 2017
Just two hours later, Williams denied the report of withdrawing his name from the draft and possibly returning.
I have not withdrawn anything..
— Kam Williams (@kd__will) May 1, 2017
Williams averaged 9.4 points and 2.1 rebounds per game in his junior season and is currently not on Draft Express’ 2017 mock draft.