Williams reached double figures three times over the course of the tournament, and even recorded a double-double -- a feat he's acheived twice while with Purdue. The Chicago native is a big man poised to make meaninful strides heading into his sophomore season after playing a limited role in his first year with the Boilermakers. He did manage to start eight games during his freshman campaign and averaged 10.2 points and 5.2 rebounds through 34 appearances, taking a heavy dose of playing time from Dartmouth transfer Evan Boudreaux. While Williams still has to play alongside of Matt Haarms in the frontcourt, the Boilermakers will lose Grady Eifert to graduation, who was responsible for 36 starts and 25.6 MPG a season ago. That should open the door for a breakout campaign for Williams in the 2019-20 season.