Dude you are just flat our wrong. It's fine to call him injury prone but to call him untalented is just not correct. When healthy he was easily our best player last year. No one on this site agrees with your assumption you just spew nonsense.
I am not calling him injury prone...I know he was injured, but it was one single injury as I recall and a long/partial recovery. I am not being mean to him because he was injured.
But there are simple realities here that are NOT nonsense.
1. Coleman lead the team in assists, assist to TO ratio and steals. Coleman was, empirically, a better point guard. He should have been, senior vs. freshmen. That is understandable.
2. Randolph had higher over all points, more per game, more per 40 minutes, a better over all FG% and for most of the season, a better 3 point shooting percentage (even though it was miserable). Randolph was a better 2 guard.
3. Jeter lead the team in rebounds and was the second highest point leader and also our only big man. In that regard, more critical than any guard.
SO...there are AT LEAST three players better than, more important to the team than, Williams. Williams had the worst FG% (.377) on the team, with the sole exception of Smith. Looking at other marginal, alleged 'PG/combo guard' talents at AZ: PJC = .428, Gabe York = .414, Mark Lyons = .420.... wanna compare assist to TO ratios?
And that is on the 8th best team in the worst power five conference in history. So our best players...sucked. He may have been the star of a terrible recruiting class...
In a Vacuum: Williams has a 31.3 3point shooting % (that is NOT AZ good), his other stats were equally mediocre. Williams is just not all that good - thats is not me spewing nonsense, that is plain, simple, empirically derived fact.