Dan Enos isn't turning down for anyone. Just days after notching his 14th commitment of the 2015 class, the Central Michigan head coach received a verbal commitment from commit No. 15, defensive tackle Deshawn Baker-Williams.
The 6-foot-4, 300 pound defensive tackle hails from Westland, Michigan, making him the 14th out of 15 commitments to come from the state of Michigan.
Despite his impressive size, Baker-Williams only held an offer from CMU, but had received some interest from Michigan State. The John Glenn High School tackle is the second big piece CMU has received a commitment from this early recruiting season. 6-foot-1, 285 pound 3-star tackle Shahid Bellamy pledged to the Rockets back in March.
Baker-Williams is unranked, but looks like he could be a force in the run game. His impressive size makes him an ideal candidate for double-teams, and he can gobble up holes at the line of scrimmage.
Check out his highlights, courtesy of Hudl: