Michael Williams to check out Nov. in Mich.

Ventura Calif. St. Bonaventure cornerback Michael Williams made an official visit to Notre Dame the Oct. 6th weekend, and so now, he told GoBlueWolverine, it's Michigan's turn. Is it still a ND/U-M battle for him?

Ventura Calif. St. Bonaventure cornerback Michael Williams made an official visit to Notre Dame the Oct. 6th weekend (Michael Williams post-ND visit), and so now, he told GoBlueWolverine, it's Michigan's turn.

"I'm planning on coming in for the Ball State game (Nov. 4th weekend). I have a winter coat and I'm making sure I bring it with me."

How did you like your Notre Dame visit?

"I liked Notre Dame. It was a lot of fun and it was what I thought it was going to be."

Is it still a close race for you between Michigan and Notre Dame?

"Yes. Its still a close race. But I still have to visit Michigan."

Note: he has been to U-M for an unofficial visit this last summer, and has unofficially visited ND as well. So his official visit to Michigan will be 'the capper' for him.

Are you going to take any other official visits this season?

"Maybe to Arizona, but I'm not sure yet."

When are you looking to make your decision?

"Whenever I'm finished with my visits."

How is your season going so far?

"Its been good, only one loss. And tomorrow is our Homecoming game."

Are you excited to be playing in the All-American Army game in San Antonio (Michael Williams Named Army All American.)?

"Yea, I'm really excited because I like Texas. I went to Austin for the Texas versus Ohio State game and it was crazy. It was an unofficial visit to Texas but it was a great game and game atmosphere."

Note: whereas in the summer Notre Dame may have had a slight edge for Williams over Michigan (Allen Wallace: 53/47), it is safe to assume that it is 50-50 now ... with the Wolverines getting what could be his final visit.

At the Cal Scout.com combine this spring, Williams measured 5-10.5, 175 pounds. He ran a so-so 4.76 second 40, but he recorded and excellent 4.09 shuttle and and equally excellent 35.5 inch vertical jump. Williams can be considered a CB/S hybrid, perfectly suited to cover a 'slot receiver' in a spread offense.

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