Breaking: Terrance Williams commits to Michigan

The first week of December was a whirl wind for Georgetown’s Patrick Ewing. He lost several players due to transferring and/or having part in the activity happening at the school with these guys.

With that Ewing also suffered on the recruiting front as four-star senior Terrance Williams announced he will reopen his recruitment from Georgetown. Williams saw himself with a major rise in the rankings after an absolute dominant month.

Michigan was among the 10+ schools to offer. They were also in his final-three after offering two weeks before his commitment to Georgetown.

Now, Williams tells Stockrisers.com he’s committed to Juwan Howard and the Wolverines.

But why now and not before?

“Coach Howard’s pitch was different because he told me he is building something special with the incoming class coming in and wants me to be apart of what he has.”

“When he got the job, he offered me, but I wasn’t sure if his coaching would translate to the college level so I had to wait to look deeper when the season started up, but after watching most of Michigan’s games and watching a game in person, I felt like coach howard is the right coach for me,” Williams told Stockrisers.com

He took his official visit last weekend and was blown away. Says, he knew that Michigan is where he wanted to be after taking an official visit.

What does Williams bring to the Big 10 and Michigan?

“He’s bringing toughness and versatility to the offense and defense.”

After Williams landed the offer from Michigan, signee Zeb Jackson, Isaiah Todd and Hunter Dickinson were very vocal on social media about bringing Williams to Ann Arbor.

Dickinson, the Top-30 forward recently committed to UM. He played alongside Williams during AAU basketball and the two won Peach Jam together as members of Team Takeover.

But, Williams said this on his decision: “I made my own decision, but the opportunity to play with these guys I’ve been playing with since I was younger was also appealing to me, especially with Hunter since we have been close all of our lives.”

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