"I'd say Michigan has just a slight lead over Notre Dame," the four-star defensive back said. "It's really neck-and-neck. I would say there's a 51% chance I'll choose Michigan and a 49% chance I'll choose Notre Dame. Both have great programs. I really haven't made up my mind yet. I'll definitely decide after Christmas. It's a very difficult decision.
"I guess I feel like I fit in a little better at Michigan, with the campus and the school," he said. "They seem to really try to help their student-athletes. They have a twelve million dollar student-athlete place. I just really liked it. Their facilities are top-notch.
"I like the tradition and stuff at Notre Dame. They have a real network after you graduate. It's evident with the alumni.
"Michigan wants me to play their nickel-back position," Williams said. "Notre Dame wants me as a safety-type. Neither school is looking at me as a cornerback.
"My parents don't have a preference. It's hard for them too, but they want me to make the decision for myself, so they won't try to influence me.
Williams reports a 3.5 core GPA and a 1650 SAT.