Cody Williams

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: SFFROM: Colorado
(Gilbert, AZ)
HT: 6-8WT: 190
BORN: NAYEAR: Fr.WING: NAREACH: NA

Draft Notes

The younger brother OKC wing Jalen Williams, Cody is an elite level prospect with all the skills and tools to be a star in the NBA. After a slow start at Colorado he’s coming on strong and starting to dominate on the court, showing why he deserves to be in the top 5 discussion.

He has ideal size on the wing at 6-8 with good length, allowing him to play above the rim with ease and impact the game on both ends. He’s an excellent ball handler, driver and finisher who can go left or right and finish over length.

Cody is a solid rebounder and defender who can guard 1-4 and is a good shot blocker for a wing.

Is great with the ball in his hands; can run the offense, set up teammates and create offense for himself. Has a good first step and likes to get downhill and attack the rim. Does a good job of playing with his head up and finding open teammates after collapsing the defense.

His stock is trending up.


Comparisons

  • His game reminds me of Tracy McGrady, although he’s not as explosive vertically.

Draft Projection

top 5 pick in the 2024 NBA Draft

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2024 SF Rankings

  1. Cody Williams – 6-8 – Colorado
  2. Zaccharie Risarcher – 6-9 – France
  3. Matas Buzelis – 6-10 – G League Ignite
  4. Ron Holland – 6-8 – G League Ignite
  5. Jaylon Tyson – 6-7 – California
  6. Ryan Dunn – 6-8 – Virginia
  7. Pacome Dadiet – 6-7 – France
  8. Jamir Watkins – 6-7 – Florida State
  9. Dillon Jones – 6-6 – Weber State
  10. Melvin Ajinca – 6-7 – France
  11. Payton Sandfort – 6-7 – Iowa
  12. Terrence Shannon Jr. – 6-7 – Illinois
  13. Trentyn Flowers – 6-8 – 36ers, NBL
  14. Jalen Bridges – 6-7 – Baylor
  15. Justin Edwards – 6-7 – Kentucky
  16. Jaylen Wells – 6-8 – Washington State
  17. Tyon Grant-Foster – 6-7 – Grand Canyon
  18. Nique Clifford – 6-6 – Colorado State
  19. Dillon Mitchell – 6-7 – Texas
  20. Alex Karaban – 6-8 – UConn
  21. David Jones – 6-6 – Memphis (Dominican Republic)
  22. Arthur Kaluma – 6-7 – Kansas State
  23. Kobe Johnson – 6-6 – USC
  24. Baba Miller – 6-11 – Florida State (Spain)
  25. Babacar Sane – 6-6 – Ignite
  26. Samis Calderon – 6-7 – Brazil
  27. Tre White – 6-6 – Louisville
  28. Cam’Ron Fletcher – 6-7 – Florida State
  29. Tyler Burton – 6-7 – Villanova
  30. Nathan Missia-Dio – 6-8 – Overtime Elite (Belgium)
  31. Puff Johnson – 6-8 – Penn State