IU alum here. I watched every one of his college games (and a few HS films). Take my opinion for what it's worth: First, ignore anyone who blanket-ly dismisses Williams. Most people who do this simply haven't seen him play. He's not going to be a star in this league (few are), but he can be a good role player for a long time. He actually reminds me of a young Ariza. Troy has all the physical and mental tools you want. His game is hustle. Very active, physical wing. He's extremely athletic and good at getting to the hoop. His effort/motor has never been a problem. He's kind of like a big Bev, though I say that loosely. They both have that bulldog mentality. Troy isn't the longest player, but his increased activity makes him play a bit longer. He's just a very energetic, extremely athletic wing. He could give PGs/SGs hell on defense, and play decent defense up to a SF. That said, Troy will not play big minutes for us any time soon, and we are in trouble if he does. He needs to become more consistent, as all young players do. But he is essentially filling Morey's "project" role, formerly occupied by KJ, which I am 1000% fine with. Morey is good at finding this type of player. Let's see if he can develop an NBA 3-pointer (just like Ariza did...give these KIDS time). And, let's not forget that Troy was an above average college 3-pt shooter. It's not like his shot is broke. Troy just needs to get comfortable with the extra distance. I honestly think Troy has a much better chance at having a future with HOU than Wiltjer, Payton, Taylor, and the rest of our young prospects not named Dekker and Onuaku. He has all of the tools, ability, and attitude to become a formidable player for years to come. I can't wait until HOU faithful gets to watch him play. Our fans love hustle. Troy will not disappoint there.