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Training is a gift that not all players possess. Victor has been training the game to individuals and teams for over 16 years. The range of this experience is from primary to professional. Victor's clients improve tremendously  after participating in his regular sessions, camps and clinics. Alumni from VWBA have went on to play at the next level, rangining from college to professional. Victor's raw talent and teaching style used to enhance player's natural abilities, is like no other.  A Victor Williams' skill session, camp or clinic  is something that any competitive basketball player should experience. 


Where it all began...Wyandotte High school is known statewide for winning many state titles in basketball. Victor was able to be a part of this history when he played as Wyandotte’s starting point guard in 1998. During the state championship game he had 34 points, six assists and four steals in an OT first-round victory. He was named the tournament MVP. Victor also had other accolades during his time at Wyandotte, such as, the DiRenna Award (honoring the top player in the Kansas City area). Victor shared this award with UCLA signee JaRon Rush. Victor averaged 19.6 points, 6.5 assists and 3.5 rebounds in his senior year. After High school, he attended Illinois State where he was the starting point guard as a freshman. He was the first full-time freshman starter at ISU in four years. Victor’s performance on the court earned him the title of “Top Freshman in the MVC”. ​After a successful year with the Redbird’s, he went on to join the Cowboys at Oklahoma State University. Victor spent a season in practice with the Cowboys and started to make his mark as a sophomore during the 2000-01 season. It was his sophomore year, as the starting point guard, that he was named to the Big 12's All-Newcomer team, scored a career-high 26 points, and dished out career-high nine assists. Junior year was also a successful year for Victor. He was named Honorable Mention All-Big 12 by both the Big 12 Conference coaches and the Associated Press, ranked 10th in the Big 12 Conference in assists, 12th in steals, and 23rd in scoring. Victor’s senior year was a shining moment in his basketball career. He was named second-team All-Big 12 by both the Associated Press and the league coaches, second-team All-District 12 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, scored a career-high 29 points, and named the Big 12’s Player of the Week for his performances vs. OU and Missouri.

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