Michael Williams was one of the most hotly recruited defensive backs on the west coast. What brought him to Ann Arbor and who did the Wolverines fight off to win the battle for his services? How will he impact the Michigan football program? ** Video Included**
February 7, 2007
Following a U.S. Army All-American game that saw him return kicks, play safety and become the newest Michigan Wolverine, Michael Williams found time to talk to our Sam Webb about his commitment, the role defensive coodinator Ron English played in his recruitment, and his love for laying big hits.
Michigan beat Notre Dame back in September. On Saturday, the Wolverines again got the upper hand when Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure defensive back Michael Williams chose Michigan over Notre Dame during the fourth quarter of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure safety Michael Williams (5-11, 187) had been down to Michigan and Notre Dame for most of the fall and on Saturday, Williams pulled the trigger and made his commitment during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio.
Ventura (CA) St. Bonaventure safety Michael Williams has been one of the surprising head-turners during Army All American Bowl prep in San Antonio this week. GoBlueWolverine sat down with the talented youngster in between practice sessions to discuss the versatility he has shown in the defensive backfield and his impending college decision. Did Michigan's Rose Bowl loss affect their standing?
January 4, 2007