“For sports, a lot of kids think about it as ‘you’re not good if you don’t go to a university.’ But for me, it’s giving me a lot more experience whereas if I would’ve attended a university and not played, you’re just sitting there watching. And a lot of Macomb’s classes transfer way easier than a lot of the other junior colleges I was looking at. That was a huge impact on why I went here.”
Brandon Williams was a state champion hockey player in 2013 and a Division I All-State baseball player in 2015 at nearby Sterling Heights Stevenson High School. He was voted Most Valuable Player of the Macomb Area Conference’s top baseball division as a senior and finished his high school career playing at Comerica Park in the state All-Star Game. He is scheduled to play first base and pitcher for Macomb, which opens play March 4.