We mentioned Williams was likely to stay in the draft yesterday, its been confirmed today as Williams has signed with ASM Sports.
Here is more from the Washington Post...
Underclassmen who submitted their names for the NBA draft have until Sunday to withdraw in order to retain their college eligibility, provided they haven’t signed with an agent.
That was Williams’s approach initially. But since working out in recent weeks at Impact Basketball in Las Vegas — where Miller’s clients from last year’s draft trained (among them Craig Brackins, Trevor Booker and Devin Ebanks) — Williams apparently concluded that he’s ready to turn pro.
The Post goes on to talk about what Williams' departure means for the Terrapins roster next season. It is clear that the Maryland frontcourt will be thin next season. Williams and Dino Gregory, who will graduate soon, were the only Maryland players to start every game last season. Left behind are inexperienced and undersized players that will have to step up.