Kameron Williams committed to sign a letter of intent with Ohio State in November.

“I feel relieved. Very relieved. And actually excited, too, at the same time,” Williams said. “I told [Ohio State] coach [Thad] Matta Sunday night. We were yelling. I couldn’t even understand. He was just yelling. He was ecstatic. He was excited. It’s almost like he couldn’t believe it.”

Buckeyes assistant coach Dave Dickerson sees similarities between Williams and Juan Dixon, a former Maryland guard who played seven years in the NBA.

“He was constantly harping on it when I was down there,” said Williams, who grew up following the Terps. “He was telling me stories about Juan Dixon at Calvert Hall, how he would score in a variety of ways. I’ve always heard the comparisons about me and him.”