LEXINGTON -- Kentucky coach Tubby Smith says guards Ramel Bradley of New York and Adam Williams of St. Albans, W.Va., are perfect fits for his basketball team.
Both seniors signed national letters-of-intent Wednesday with Kentucky.
"Ramel Bradley and Adam Williams are just what we need -- what we have been looking for," Smith said in a release Thursday. "They are great additions to our Wildcat basketball family. We recruit people that will fit our needs and compliment our group of returning players. These two will fit very well into our plans. The future is bright."
Williams is the highest-rated prep player in West Virginia and was named first-team Class AAA all-state as a junior after averaging 19 points, eight rebounds and nearly four assists per game. He is rated as the No. 32 shooting guard in the nation, and No. 149 overall, by Rivals.com.
"Adam is a player with a lot of upside to him," Smith said. "He's learned a lot of basketball from his father, Tex, who is an outstanding coach in West Virginia. Adam has been in our basketball camps a couple of times, and he is developing into the type of player and student-athlete that we can all be very proud of here at Kentucky."