Terrance Williams commits to Michigan

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Gonzaga senior forward Terrance Williams averaged 17 points per game last season. (Photo from Twitter.com/_flyyt)

Gonzaga forward Terrance Williams announced on Wednesday night that he is headed to Michigan after decommitting from Georgetown four weeks ago.

The senior forward is one of the top players in the area, ranking first in the District of Columbia and the No. 84 player in the nation by 247sports composite rankings.

Williams originally committed to Georgetown back in July, but reopened his recruitment on Dec. 5 after sexual assault and harassment allegations were made towards three Hoya players.

Williams took an official visit to Michigan on Dec. 28. before making his decision.

“Coach Howard tells me that he will use me as a hybrid forward that plays the three and the four,” Williams told 247sports. “In his offense there aren’t really positions, it is positionless, so they run things for guys in certain sports on the court, and I think I fit in really well with that. He also likes how I compete both on offense and defense and with my rebounding ability, so it is just a very good fit for me.”

Williams’ commitment makes Michigan’s 2020 recruiting class, which consist of DeMatha’s Hunter Dickinson, the fourth best in the nation, according to 247sports.

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