LB Jonathan Willard Profile
Can you talk about your official visit and what you did during your time on campus?
Willard: Everything was nice from host to meeting with coaches. Met people downtown.
Who came with you on your trip?
Willard: My momma, brother and daddy.
What were some of the highlights?
Willard: Probably running down the hill and walking across the field.
How would you rate the visit on a scale of one to 10?
Willard: I'd definitely give it a 10.
How did your conversations go with the coaching staff?
Willard: It went good. I talked with pretty much everyone.
Did you hear about any verbal commitments this weekend?
Willard: Not yet.
How is your injury coming along?
Willard: It is coming good. I will be better in two weeks. It was just a bone bruise.
Willard, is currently ranked as the No. 29 weakside linebacker in the country according to Scout.com and is also a three-star prospect.
He was named to the North-South All-Star game held in Myrtle Beach.
As a junior, Willard was named to the All-State team after collecting 130 tackles including 14 for a loss and forcing five fumbles from middle linebacker. He also started at fullback where he rushed for 667 yards and seven touchdowns on 157 carries.
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