Made Hoops Warm Up - Lincoln Williams 16U Mac Irvin Fire




Written By Paul Garwood

Lincoln Williams, a promising class of 2026 6'6" combo guard, is making waves at the Hoops Midwest Warm-Up tournament. Representing Mac Irvin Fire's 16U team, he is showcasing his skills as a two-way player. His ability to score at all three levels on offense makes him a versatile threat on the court, capable of creating scoring opportunities from anywhere on the floor. Additionally, Williams excels on the defensive end, where he is known for his ability to shut down the best opposing offensive players.

What sets Williams apart is his positional flexibility, as he has the skill set to guard positions 1 through 5 in high school. This versatility allows his team to match up effectively against a wide range of opponents, making him a valuable asset on both ends of the floor. With his combination of offensive prowess and defensive tenacity, Lincoln Williams is proving to be a formidable presence in the world of high school basketball, poised for continued success as he progresses in his career.