Nino Williams, a four-star recruit committed to Kansas State, planned on going to a year of prep school before enrolling at Kansas State.
Once he learned that Dominique Sutton had been released from his scholarship, he made a change of plans.
KSU head coach Frank Martin called Williams to inform him of Sutton's decision and, 10 hours later, he hopped in a car to head to Manhattan, KS where he started summer classes on Monday.
As a high school senior, he put on nearly 20 pounds of muscle and significantly improved his outside shot. When he verbally committed to K-State in October, he was a mildly recruited three-star player. Today he sports four-star status and is the No. 89 ranked recruit in the country, according to rivals.com. His grades, which were in question after Williams briefly attended the now controversial Milestone Christian Academy in Kansas City, also soared.