Latavious Williams announced he would attend the University of Memphis last week, but no one is sure whether he will commit or whether or not he will even qualify academically.
Williams is a highly touted combo-forward ranked the No. 16 player overall in this high school recruiting class and the No. 6 power forward.
With the recent breakout of Memphis committing major recruiting violations, Adam Zagoria of zagsblog.com reported that Williams will "weigh out his options."
Williams still has to attend summer school to get his GPA where it is supposed to for eligibility. Williams says he is 75 percent sure he will qualify.
If Williams does end up going to Memphis, he will bring the versatility to play both power forward and small forward and a long athletic rebounder.
Carlos Wilson, Williams coach in Humble, Texas, compared Williams to Shawn Marion because of their slashing ability and versatility.
As of now, Williams is the Tigers only high school recruit, but he could stick around for at least two seasons.
If Taggart decides to stay in the draft, Williams could be the Tigers starting power forward and Will Coleman moves to center.
If Taggart comes back for his senior season, Williams could be moved to small forward strengthening the Tigers bench.