Williams The Wolverine
Michael Williams
Scout.com - West
Posted Jan 6, 2007

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.

Michael Williams chose Michigan, continuing the long line of California defensive backs to pick the Maize and the Blue.

Williams, who started at safety and at kick returner for the West in the game, is the first St. Bonaventure player to pick the Wolverines during the Lloyd Carr era.

A Southern California native, Williams had several schools from the Pac-10 interested in him but throughout his whole recruitment, maintained the Midwest schools as his leader.

One of the finest players to ever play for longtime powerhouse St. Bonaventure, Williams played his final game as a prepster for his high school coach Jon Mack, the head coach of the West.

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