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Williamson netted 38 points as he led Spartanburg Day to a 74-41 win over Trinity-Byrnes in the SCISA 2A state championship.
Williamson will play in two high school All Star games, highlighted by the McDonald's All American Game. He will then be on the Duke campus early this summer to prepare for his collegiate career.
The South Carolina native is currently a part of a recruiting class which includes, Cameron Reddish, R.J. Barrett and Tre Jones. And that class may well add another player before the season starts.
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Duke will get a visit from E.J. Montgomery this Wednesday for their game with Virginia Tech. The Blue Devils are hoping to add Montgomery to a stellar class as there are projected losses to the NBA via early entry.
Montgomery is a power forward and one of the best players in the nation. The highly rated young prospect will also be visiting North Carolina for their game with Notre Dame.
Several southeastern schools which include Kentucky and South Carolina are also seeking his service. There is no timetable at this time for his eventual decision. Montgomery was originally committed to Auburn and re-opened his recruitment. He is from Marietta, Georgia and plays for Wheeler H.S.
Despite a class which is destined to be the best in the nation, the Duke Blue Devils are not done with recruiting. Enter the hopes of landing E.J. Montgomery.
The top player on the Blue Devils wish list is E.J. Montgomery, a power forward who plays for Wheeler High School in Marietta (Ga.).
The five-star prospect had committed early to Auburn but reopened his recruitment.
Standing 6-10 and weighing in at 200 pounds, Montgomery could make up for the size Duke will lose in NBA bound stars Marvin Bagley III and Wendell Carter Jr.
Montgomery has a long list of suitors which includes Kentucky, North Carolina and UCLA. He has been selected to the McDonald's All American game which features the nations elite players.
Montgomery is long and athletic with a goo understanding of the game. He can play the high post or mix it up inside. He can take the ball to the rack with authority and continues to develop his outside shot.
He can feel the stretch role at Duke or be a mainstay in the front court. His ability to score with his back to the basket or facing it would bode well for the rising star.
Here is E.J. Montgomery's profile from ESPN.com.
His family will be in to visit Duke for the home game against Virginia Tech which is scheduled for February 14th.