The class of 2021 for the California Golden Bears is really starting to take shape, and one of those big components of that just so happens to have committed just this past weekend.
Three-star defensive end prospect Myles Williams committed to Cal despite offers from a slew of other Pac-12 rival schools. The Bishop Alemany star took to Twitter to announce his decision, writing “after talking with Coach (Andrew) Browning and the other amazing coaches and staff, I’m grateful to say that I am COMMITTED to the University of California Berkeley.”
Now after talking with @browning_coach and the other amazing coaches and staff I’m grateful to say that I am COMMITTED to The University of California Berkeley @CalFootball @AlemanyFootball #GoBears #CalGang21 pic.twitter.com/EPqxepBRyg— myles williams (@myles_williams8) August 1, 2020
His commitment pushed the total Bears committed to 15 as he was joined by fellow edge rusher Patrick Hisatake right around the same time.
Williams ranks as the 53rd best defensive end for this class and as a top 100 player in the state of California. This also represents a huge pull from Mission Hills’ Bishop Alemany High School, which was slowly turning into a USC pipeline as their two highest-rated recruits this season have committed to the Trojans.
Williams is 6’3, 250 pounds and has spent what looks like a lot of time this offseason working on his pass-rushing arsenal.
A welcome addition to the class of 2021 and certainly a feared addition to any other Pac-12 quarterback of the future.
Welcome to Berkeley, Myles!