Mikey Williams, an NBA draught candidate, is returning to San Ysidro for his senior year.
He has decided to finish his senior season where it all began, after two years of playing at a prep school in North Carolina.
He was a cougar his freshman year, and he will finish his high school career as a cougar.
For the past two years, the young basketball sensation has been based in North Carolina.
Williams, a five-star recruit, and 6-5 Jurian Dixon, a five-star prospect, led San Ysidro to a San Diego Section Division III title in 2019-20.
Dixon, a three-star recruit who averaged 24.5 points per game as a freshman, earned a Freshman All-American that season.
The following season, the Cougars were loaded and had a national schedule.
As a freshman at San Ysidro, Williams averaged 29.9 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game.
In a game against Kearny, he set a San Diego Section record with 77 points, and he had 50 against Mission Bay.
This season at Vertical Academy, an independent school, he averaged 23 points, six assists, and five rebounds.
Among the institutions that have given Williams a scholarship are Arizona State, Kansas, Memphis, USC, and San Diego State, according to MaxPreps.