Wolverines expected to land Bass
Originally Published: December 22, 2004By Tom Lemming | Special to ESPN Insider
Two big announcements are were made on Wednesday. First, defensive back Antonio Bass selected Michigan over Michigan State. The 6-foot-1 Bass is a superior athlete with great speed. He played QB in high school, but will be a free safety in college. Virginia Tech and Notre Dame were also on his short list before he decided on the Wolverines. Next, talented wideout Derrick Williams shocked many by choosing Penn State over Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee and Florida. Williams, who made his announcement on ESPNEWS, is 6-1, 193 pounds with tremendous hands and the ability to change directions quickly and easily. He's an explosive difference-maker and instantly makes Penn State's offense better. Tom Lemming is editor of Prep Football Report. For information on how to subscribe to Prep Football Report's three yearly magazines and five newsletters ($60 for the magazines and $90 for both the magazines and the newsletters), call (630) 907-1000 or write to P.O. Box 59113, Schaumburg, Ill. 60159. For year-round recruiting updates, call Tom Lemming's Prep Football Hotline at (900) 388-1212. Calls are $1.79 per minute, and callers must be at least 18 years old or have parents' permission.
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