Running back William Griffin of Patterson, La., participated in the Max Emfinger All-American Bowl…
La. RB William Griffin Will Commit if Offered
Griffin won't be going to Ann Arbor alone. He said he will be accompanied by his two brothers - the younger one, a rising junior wide receiver who Griffin said is also being looked at by Coach Jackson. Griffin said his older brother, Michael, played football at Nicholls State. "I know they have Mike Hart, and that No. 3 (Kevin Grady) is a freshman, but I know I can go up there and compete with those guys," he said.
The 5-foot-11, 210-pound Griffin is so set on becoming a Wolverine, and confident of receiving an offer during his visit, that he is already spurning the advances of other schools. "Nebraska came by to talk to me, I hadn't ever heard from them before," he said. "I told them thanks, but I really wasn't interested. Arkansas offered me, but I don't want to go there."
The First Team All-State selection is participating in Max Emfinger's All-American Bowl Classic which will be played on Thursday at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, La. GBW will be in attendance to get a first-hand look at Griffin, who Emfinger calls the top back in Louisiana this season.
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