(Oakland) -- Former Riverside star Ricky Williams is now a KMA Sports Hall of Famer.
The legendary Bulldog standout was officially inducted into the KMA Sports Hall of Fame on Tuesday night between games of the Riverside/Treynor doubleheader.
In his career, Williams scored nearly 2,000 points, grabbed over 1,200 rebounds, blocked 180 shots and had 120 assists. He also helped Riverside make a full transformation from 1-21 in his 8th grade year to a state tournament appearance in his senior season.
Williams joins Tri-Center's Cary Cochran and Clarinda's BJ Windhorst in the men's basketball wing of the KMA Sports Hall of Fame.
Following the short ceremony, Williams talked with KMA Sports. View the full interview in the video below.