According to a report by Adam Zagoria, the Denver Nuggets have added Kenrich Williams out of TCU to their Summer League roster.
Williams participated in a pre-draft workout for the Nuggets just a couple weeks ago and has the potential to be a solid contributor on Denver’s Summer League squad. It was a bit of a surprise when Williams went undrafted as guy who started 68 of his final 69 games at TCU and produced in so many different ways as a passer, defender, scorer, and rebounder.
Williams entered the draft as a career 11 point per game scorer and developed into a phenomenal two-way player. At six-foot-seven and 210 pounds, Williams has the upside to be a potential three-and-D player at the next level and showcased that last season after shooting 39.5 percent from behind the arc.
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