PRIEST WILLIS RUMORS

Texas A&M gain UCLA transfer, former four-star recruit, Priest Willis

The Texas A&M Aggies once again find themselves mining the Grand Canyon State for talent, as UCLA transfer, and 2013's top ranked Arizona prospect, Priest Willis Jr. announced his intentions to transfer to College Station over the weekend.  Once Willis arrives on campus, the Aggies will have the No. 1 rated player out of Arizona for the last three recruiting cycles (Kyle Allen...
Via FOX Sports
August 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Former 5-star DB headed from UCLA to Texas A&M

Former five-star defensive back Priest Willis, who starred at Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe, Arizona before committing to UCLA, is on the move. After two lackluster years with the Bruins, Willis is headed to College Station to try and make his mark with the Texas A&M Aggies. Willis made the announcement on his personal Twitter page, as did the page for the Texas A&M...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Priest Willis transfers out of UCLA, headed to Texas A&M

First, UCLA lost Asiantii Woulard, who transferred to South Florida.Next up? Priest Willis.The former five-star recruit out of Tempe announced on Twitter he was transferring to Texas A&M. When Priest decided to spurn Arizona State for the Bruins, it was considered a huge coup for Jim Mora. But after two years in Westwood, Willis decided to leave. The Aggies are in desperate need...
Via FOX Sports
July 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Five-Star Defensive Back Transfers From UCLA To Texas A&M

Texas A&M just picked up a talented player on the defensive side of the ball, as junior defensive back Priest Willis has decided to transfer from UCLA to become an Aggie.  Willis, rated as a five-star and the No. 4 corner in the 2013 class by Scout, will be a nice addition to the Aggies’ defense. And the 6-foot-, 185-pound corner appears to have made some folks happy in College...
Via College Spun
July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Priest Willis transferring out of UCLA

It's not exactly a mass exodus, but it soon might become a troubling trend.For the second time in a week, a UCLA defensive standout is transferring out of UCLA, according to David Woods from Bruin Report Online.It was only a week ago when Jalen Ortiz, a highly sought after recruit in 2013, decided to leave UCLA.Priest was a four-star recruit in UCLA's 2013 recruiting class, but he...
Via FOX Sports
June 03, 2015  |  Discuss

UCLA Losing Another Defensive Back, This Time a Four Star Guy

The UCLA Bruins have not had a good week so far. Last week, the Bruins lost Jalen Ortiz, a cornerback, when he announced that he would be transferring out of the program. The UCLA baseball team, which was the number one overall seed and the defending national champions, was eliminated from the NCAA playoffs last night. Now, the Bruins football team has lost another defensive back...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 02, 2015  |  Discuss
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