Juwan Howard and the Michigan Wolverines continue their recruiting momentum for the 2020 class, as they picked up a commitment from four-star forward Terrance Williams on New Years Day.
New Year...new beginnings 〽️ #GoBlue #COMMITTED pic.twitter.com/60UPC1S9Xc— T Will #️⃣5️⃣ (@_flyyt) January 1, 2020
The 6-foot-6, 215-pounder from Washington D.C. visited Ann Arbor from Dec. 28-30. He watched the hoops game against UMass Lowell, and must have decided what he saw and heard from the coaches was good enough for him to lock in his commitment.
Williams de-committed from Georgetown on Dec. 5, so it didn’t take long for the Michigan coaching staff to reach back out to Williams, who offered him over the summer.
The work Howard and his staff did to grab Williams’ interest enough to get him on campus and commit as fast as he did cannot go unnoticed. You could argue Howard is already one of the best recruiters in the Big Ten, if not the entire country, thanks to this stellar 2020 class he is putting together.
Williams is the No. 83 overall player in his class, per 247Sports’ composite. He joins a stacked 2020 class for Michigan, which includes five-star forward Isaiah Todd, four-star center Hunter Dickinson and four-star guard Zeb Jackson.
Michigan’s 2020 class is now ranked No. 4 overall with one big target remaining — five-star guard Josh Christopher.
Watch some highlights from the newest Wolverine below.