http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/sports/15014943.htm Asked to confirm if Williams had requested a transfer, Coker said, ''I am aware of Willie's interest in transferring, and whatever is best for Willie, I will be in favor of.'' Coker did not comment further. Williams, a Carol City High graduate, was the only player who missed most of UM's voluntary offseason workouts. He could not be reached for comment, and it was unclear where he would transfer. WQAM's Orlando Alzugaray, who reported rumors of Williams' interest in transferring, has mentioned Tennessee as a possible destination. Williams would be required to sit out one season if he transfers to another Division I-A school. .... A Broward County circuit court judge extended Williams' probation by three years and sentenced him to 250 hours of community service and ordered him to abstain from alcohol and illegal drugs and submit to random tests for both. Williams already w as on probation for a 2002 burglary charge -- one of 10 arrests for theft-related incidents. He has had no known legal incidents while at UM. The probation -- which runs through February 2007 -- would not necessarily preclude him from transferring. ''We'd probably have to take it in front of the judge to get an approval for transfer of probation,'' Williams' attorney, Paul Lazarus, said Tuesday. ``. . .Then it's a matter of getting the other jurisdiction to approve it, which is usually a matter of courtesy. Or we could ask for an early termination of his probation.''