2020 small forward/power forward Terrance Williams has committed to play his college basketball at Michigan. Williams was previously committed to Georgetown before reopening his recruitment and that was the opportunity that first year head coach Juwan Howard needed to lock down a commitment. He will bring the ability to play both forward positions and a high motor to Ann Arbor to go with the ability to knock down outside shots that should all fit well with the style of play being implemented at Michigan. On the AAU circuit Williams averaged 15.6 points and 5.6 rebounds in 24.2 minutes per game while shooting it at 36% on three point attempts.
Williams is ranked #94 by Rivals, #100 by 247 Sports, and #77 by ESPN. He held offers from Michigan, Georgetown, Depaul, North Carolina State, Stanford, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Pittsburgh among others. At 6’6″ and 215 pounds he is undersized as a power forward so expect to see him get time playing on the wing, but his versatility to make plays on the inside as well as efficient outside shooting give him the potential to make an impact on the college level. He does not possess the kind of athleticism that would put him on the early NBA radar so he will need to show that he can make up for that with efficiency and high basketball I.Q., two things that he has shown up to this point. This is the fourth commitment for the Wolverines in the class of 2020 giving them their third 4 star of the class in addition to five star Isaiah Todd.