"I was just talking with Coach English like a second ago," said Culver City (Calif) WR Jaison Williams (Oct 25 visit, 6-4, 212 lbs., 4.49 in the 40, 260 bench press, 2.6 GPA, 840 SAT). "We finalized my airline schedules and stuff."
Williams is scheduled to make his first official visit to Ann Arbor for the Purdue game. "I'm looking forward to seeing all those people," he said. "I really don't know what else to expect from the visit, I'm just looking forward to getting back there and seeing everything and the college community."
Williams has had Michigan at the top of his list of favorites from the beginning, but a recent report had him wondering if the feeling was mutual. "I was wondering if they were still interested in me since I really hadn't heard from them for a while," he said. "But I talked to Coach English last Friday. He told me that they've been trying to get a hold of me and that they were still real interested in me and wanted me to come to Michgian. I was glad to hear that. Michigan is definitely my number one school, that's what I told the 'SC guy' too."
After Michigan the talented receiver trips to Oregon - November 7th, and Washington - December 14th, and USC - January 4th. Right now he list his preferences, in order, as Michigan, USC, Washington, and Oregon.
Williams Culver City Centaurs destroyed Centennial this past Friday 48-0. Williams had 5 receptions for approximately 90 yards and two touchdowns. He didn't have his exact stats for the year but said he had around 17 catches for 230 yards and eight TD's, four receiving and four rushing. He also plays defensive end and has 15 tackles and three sacks on the year. But, "Michigan is recruiting me strictly as a wide receiver." Williams said.
After suffering a crushing 49-0 defeat at the hands of number two nationally ranked Los Alamitos, the Centaurs have run off six-straight wins, outscoring opponents 253-34.
Culver City play South Torrance at home this coming Friday.
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