BIOGRAPHY: Four-year starter who owns most of the passing records at Buffalo. Senior totals included 65%/3,304/25/6, after 68.4%/2,572/15/6
as a junior.
POSITIVES: Willy is the most prolific passer in Buffalo history and a college signal caller who's done a terrific job past two years.
He played in an offense that centered on making a large number of safe throws to underneath receivers or running backs. His
poise, intangibles, and head for the position could get Willy late round looks for a team needing a back-up signal caller
in a timing passing offense.
NEGATIVES: Small, lacks pocket stature and struggles withstanding the rush. Does not possess the big arm, and he cannot drive the deep
ANALYSIS: High-percentage timing passer with limited arm strength. Patient in the pocket, poised under the rush and makes good decisions.
Scans the field, effectively goes through receiver progressions, and finds the open wideout. Does not make poor tosses into
coverage, and finds the safe underneath outlet. Does a nice job setting up screens, and buys time for receivers. Looks away
from covered targets, displays good field vision, and makes calculated throws.