"The visit was pretty good," he says of his trip to West Virginia. "Actually, I'm going to say it was great."
What made the visit exceptional?
"Getting to know the players there," Willis tells FOX Sports NEXT. "It was nice to see how they all were off the field - the coaches too. And I liked Morgantown. It was a really good time."
West Virginia junior safety, Travis Bell, played host to the recruit on his visit.
"I hung out with the players, got to see the facilities and the city, ate, and had a really good time," Willis elaborates. "I chilled and let it all soak in."
After taking it all in, Willis reviews where the Mountaineers stand in his recruitment.
Willis has now visited two of his top four teams, and plans to schedule trips to Baylor and Kansas State in January.
"They're all equal right now," he insists.
What would it take for a school to win him over?
"A defensive scheme that I can't resist," Willis reveals. "Being able to line up in different spots, blitzing, playing nickel, and just being a playmaker."
Regardless of where he ends up, the recruit is confident that he will make a positive addition to the squad.
"I'll bring the swag and the speed to the team," he states. "Everything that you need, I will bring."