"It's been pretty good. I've met some pretty good athletes and seen some guys with crazy scores. I'm surrounded by awesome players. I'm trying to do my best to rep Kansas and show that there are some players there," he said.
"I was actually a transfer, and the guys accepted me really well. I came in and we had a really good team; we had a good run and lost in the quarterfinals," he said.
"I'm keeping my options open," he said.
He's also not sure just yet as to where he'll camp, though he does say he'll visit Manhattan.
Though he's continuing to work on his game, Willis says he has the ability to compete at the next level.
"My arm strength and accuracy are my best qualities as a quarterback. I think I also have pretty good leadership skills," he said.
The signal-caller finished the day satisfied with his performance at the Alamodome.
"I actually surprised some people in my testing scores today; I ran a 4.7. So I did pretty good on the 40," he said.