The "Where will Dwain Williams play next season?" plot continues to thicken, as David Carducci reports in today's Record Courier.
Reports surfaced last week that Williams, a prized men's basketball transfer who previously committed to play for Kent State next season, had recently changed his mind and committed to play for the University of Hawaii.
But Carducci's sources suggest different. One states Williams has not contacted Kent State's basketball program to notify them of any decision to change his commitment. Another states Williams' family members told Geno Ford "the report in the Honolulu Advertiser was erroneous and Williams still intends to play for the Flashes."
Williams started as Providence's point guard in the 2007-08 season, where he averaged 11 points and 2.2 assists per game, shot 40.7 percent from three-point range, and led the team with a .902 free throw percentage.
Williams left the program after head coach Tim Welch was fired, and has not played since.
Williams was expected to take over as the Flashes' starting point guard next season.