BOSTON - While they are vastly different in what they bring to the table, Randy Foye has separated himself from Marcus Williams and potentially every other guard in this year's NBA Draft. The major question mark concerning the 6-foot-2 1/2 Foye is Williams' strength — which is the ability to run a team and make people better.
However, Foye does just about everything else well — as he displayed earlier in the week in a workout for the Boston Celtics — and most observers feel he can run the show well enough. [More] source: fox sports net
Marcus Williams does have game, but he also comes with baggage. He's not in top shape for these workouts, and he doesn't seem to mind. Not sure if he's the character type of guy Ainge and Rivers are looking to add to the team.
Shannon Brown may be moving up the charts, but I'm getting the inclination that teams are looking at him as a PG prospect. I've had an eye on Shannon Brown since the McD's game as a senior and I don't once recall ever thinking he was a PG.
Foye may very well be the top PG in this draft, though he's not a true PG. But you can just tell that Ainge likes this guy and I would be very surprised if he passes on Foye if he's available at 7.