Say What? Terrence Willams Will Be a Top 5 NBA Player.

Jonathan MaurerCorrespondent IIApril 4, 2010

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - MARCH 03:  Terrence Williams #8 of the New Jersey Nets dunks against the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Izod Center on March 3, 2010 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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When you think of all around players you think of Larry Bird, Magic Johnson,Scottie Pippen, Lebron James. Those Guys could play Point Guard, Shooting Guard,Small Forward, & Power Forward at an All Star level. They were great at passing,scoring, & rebounding. Is there another out there that could be like the players I just mentioned? I think Nets G/F (Guard/Forward) Terrence Williams will be a top 5 player in the league in a couple of years and after his career is over he will be one of the best all around players in league history.

Williams has athleticism beyond belief, he is a great scorer when he gets near the basket, and passing ability that you would usually see out of a top ten point guard. Now he does need to work on some things like free throw shooting & 3 point shooting. All things that he can improve on, because if you do remember Lebron James had problems with his free shooting (as a matter of fact, he still does) and 3 point shooting, which Lebron has worked on, and has become better at it. 

Terrence Williams is a good perimeter defender. As a matter of one eastern conference scout said “He’s going to be a good player,”. “He might be a [point guard] and he can guard anybody."

Kiki Vandeweghe has confidence in the rookie, he said “His ceiling is probably unlimited, but it’s up to how hard he’s going to work and how much he’s going to work at his game.”

Last night Terrance Williams showed off his passing ability with 14 assists to go with his 14 points. Williams was showed to grow more mature during the season, after showing some immaturity at the beginning of season he made a comment on twitter pretty much stating that he wished that the Nets didn't draft him (he didn't say that specifically but it was pretty clear what he meant).

I think Williams will be a superstar in two or three years. Whether he's playing point guard, shooting guard, or small forward, there is a bright future Terrance Williams.