Four-star returns from Notre Dame

Four-star defensive back Michael Williams (5-10, 185, 4.5) from Ventura (Calif.) Saint Bonaventure returned from his first official visit of this recruiting season. He went to Notre Dame.
"Michael had a great trip," Saint Bonaventure coach John Mack said. "He loved it."
"Michael had nothing but great things to say about Notre Dame," Mack said. "He has his priest Father Steve on the trip and his good friend Terrail Lambert was his host."
"Terrail was kind of like his big brother when he played here (Saint Bonaventure) before going to Notre Dame," Mack said. "They both play the same position."
"Notre really took care of him," Mack said. "Michael told me even gained weight on the visit."
Though Williams had a tremendous time, he did not commit. He will take at least one more visit to Michigan.
On the gridiron this season Williams has helped Saint Bonnie to a 4-1 record. The Seraphs' lone loss came at the hands of Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian.
So far in 2006, Williams has racked up 27 tackles and one sack. He also returns punts and has returned seven punts for 93 yards while averaging 13.3 yards per punt return.
As a junior, Williams returned 17 punts for 318 yards while averaging 18.7 yards per punt return and brought two back for scores. He's also a lethal kick returner. Williams returned 13 kicks for 555 yards and one touchdown while averaging 42.7 yards per return.
Earned first-team all-CIF, all-county and all-league honors after racking up 94 tackles, two sacks, two interceptions and one fumble recovery in 2005.
Williams is a member of the Rivals250 for the class of 2007. ranks Williams as the nation's No. 9 cornerback prospect and he's also a member of the California top 100 landing as the Golden State's No. 15 prospect at any position.