BIO: Three-year starter at right tackle who saw significant action as a freshman.
POSITIVES: Big, powerful blocker best on the right side. Strong at the point, attacks assignments and gets movement from run blocks. Stays square, controls opponents and anchors in pass protection. Effectively uses blocking angles, keeps his feet moving throughout the action and patient. Shows potential as a position blocker and seals defenders from the action with his huge frame. Engulfs opponents or blocks down to remove them from the action.
NEGATIVES: Big lumbering blocker who lacks adjustment and overall quickness. Struggles sliding his feet, lacks blocking range and overextends at times.
ANALYSIS: A high-effort prospect with good work ethic, Willis has the tools to develop into a starting right tackle in the NFL. Most effective in a zone-blocking scheme or a system that limits his area responsibilities.