Is West Bloomfield, Michigan’s Michael D. Williams, II destined to be a Champion of the West?

Hail! to the victors valiant 
Hail! to the conqu’ring heroes 
Hail! Hail! to Michigan 
The leaders and best! 
Hail! to the victors valiant 
Hail! to the conqu’ring heroes 
Hail! Hail! to Michigan, 
The champions of the West!

Chorus, Michigan Fight Song

We realize KPGFootball principally covers Kentucky and contiguous areas. That isn’t the full extent of our coverage however as readers can tell you we have regularly covered events in which area kids have participated, like the Bret Cooper Junior All-American game, the Appalachia Prep Combine, and things of that nature. Two years ago we covered the Bret Cooper Game and had a kid in the game who impressed the Hell out of us named Michael D. Williams, II. He played TE for the East squad which soundly whipped the West All-Americans in the game 20-0.

Several kids from off that roster have gotten offers even though they are all 2022 prospects. Dallen Hayden (RB/DB) from Memphis, Tennessee has been offered by the University of Tennessee, Ty Simpson (QB) from Martin, Tennessee is holding about 15-20 FBS, power-5 offers, and now Michael D. Williams, II from West Bloomfield, Michigan holds two offers one of which is from Coach Harbaugh and the Maize and Blue (University of Michigan).

Williams, whose highlights are linked here, is a 6-2, 220-pound H-back, QB, TE, and LB for his high-school team. Williams is what we call a “Jumbo-athlete” who most teams are showing interest in recruiting to play either H-back or TE on offense and LB on defense.

Williams has an array of skill sets which are on full display on the hardwood, at which he’s a highly regarded player too, in addition to what he does on the Track & Field team at West Bloomfield High School and, of course, playing football.

Williams runs the 300-meter, high hurdles, the 100 meter sprint, and participates in the high jump. From all of his athletic involvement, scouts and college recruiters are getting rather impressed with the young man’s athleticism accentuated by his possessing scads of both vertical explosion and speed. He’s a kid who continues to add freakish athleticism with ideal frame and size the older he gets. He’s just a freshman and looks like how he is pictured in this article, what will he look like when fully and physically mature?

KPGFootball is proud of one of its adopted sons, Michael D. William, II and hopes to continue to cover him as he racks up offers from schools recognizing just what an immense athletic talent he both is and will grow into on down the road. For those of you thinking of putting your sons in games like the Future Stars (game upcoming) and the Bret Cooper All-American Classic (December/2019), we believe it is a good measuring stick for your own son’s progression and a useful tool to determine how far your son has progressed when measured against the finest talent the middle school game can either nationally or regionally muster. What’s out there is talent like Michael D. Williams; and it is taking coaches like Jim Harbaugh less and less time to both find and offer it.

Reporting for KPGFootball, this is F.W. Long, reminding all of you ballers out there to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE.

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