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The Texas Tech coaches are still adding prospects to the current roster, but at the same time have kept an eye to the future.

One of the first prospects to receive an offer from the new staff is Mansfield Legacy wing Quion Williams. Williams plays his AAU ball for Southern Assault, and RedRaiderSports was on hand to see Williams' squad last week at 'Who Want the Smoke' in Duncanville.

"It's a great opportunity to play in tournaments like this one. It's tougher than high school because in high school you have people who really don't work out, but when it comes to AAU everyone works out, works on their game and there are players better than you so it's a lot tougher."

Texas Tech assistant coach Corey Williams was who offered the 6-foot-5, 185 pound rising senior his offer from the Red Raiders.

"Well he called and offered on the spot. Our relationship is good, after he offered he also shot me a couple texts just to ask how I'm doing. So it's all good."

Williams now holds eight total offers, from Houston, Oral Roberts, Southeast Missouri State, TCU, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Troy and Texas Rio Grande Valley. He is looking to take some visits, including one to Lubbock.

"Yes, that would be a good opportunity for me to go visit (Texas Tech). Hopefully we can get that scheduled.

I would say right now I talk the most to Southeast Missouri State and Texas A&M."

Still unranked by Rivals, look for that to change soon as Williams continues his strong play for Southern Assault this summer.

"I would say my strengths are finishing at the rim and finding my open teammates. Right now I'm just working out every day after school, getting some rest and repeating it the next day."