No clue on Nino Williams right now. I like that he's long and lean, and that he'll be 20 years old before his RS-FR season begins. I also like that he played big in his biggest games in high school, but there's no way to tell how that translates without seeing more from him at this level.
As for Shane, after a jittery start, he played great in some big games in conference, until Frank started yanking around his playing time for having a couple of bad practices. Even still, he managed to tie Jake for second (behind Will) in conference A/TO ratio. That's not something that happens by accident--especially when your coach is teaching you "lessons" a lot by yanking your playing time around. He wasn't a great scorer, but that seemed to come more from a "know your role" kind of thing, than from any inherent fear the kid had of taking shots. He also had the 3rd most blocks, and the 3rd most steals in conference as well. Kid can play.