I'm no basketball scout, but from several viewings of Williams – and many conversations about him with his high school and AAU coaches – it's hard for me to envision a scenario in which he's not successful in Columbus. On the other hand, it seems extremely unlikely that the Terps miss on every one of their other 2013 guard targets. If Williams was a point – like Peters, Jordan or Andrew Harrison – things might have different. And even though Maryland passed on Williams, I'd expect relations between UM and Baltimore to remain fine. Ranson will continue to be visible, and the Terps will continue to pursue the city's best players – starting in 2014 with St. Frances forward Dwayne Morgan and Mount St. Joseph guard Phil Booth, both of whom already have Maryland offers.