Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun basketball could add another player on the wing as former Oklahoma State starter Brian Williams plans to transfer for his senior season. Where to is still up in the air.

Despite a report from kfor.com in Oklahoma City claiming Williams "intends" to transfer to UL, Williams has NOT made a decision yet on where he will transfer, according to my sources.

Williams has not visited with any schools yet, but plans on visiting with several, including Bob Marlin and UL at some point.

Williams is a 6'5, 210 pound guard who prepped at Glen Oaks high school in Baton Rouge.

Williams saw his playing time decrease after being replaced in the starting lineup by Phil Forte in mid-February. Before that, he was averaging 23.3 minutes a game. He averaged 6.3 points and 3.4 rebounds a game last season.

Williams redshirted his freshmen year, and is set to graduate at the end of this semester, making him immediately eligible to play once he transfers and is accepted into a graduate program. You can follow Williams on twitter at https://twitter.com/B_Will4.

Check out his dunking ability in the video below.