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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: PMackey...2021: NAC...2020: NAC



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  07/25/22 - TE Brayden WillisrSr/2023, Oklahoma, 6-3, 240 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON JOHN MACKEY AWARD WATCH LIST: BRAYDEN WILLIS, OKLAHOMA,...Willis played in all 13 games in 2021...his eight starts came over last nine contests...had 15 receptions for 177 yards (11.8 per catch) and two touchdowns...also played on multiple special teams units and made two tackles in punt coverage. - Oklahoma Football

(DS#10 TE) rSr/2023 TE Brayden WillisOklahoma
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  04/23/22 - TE Brayden WillisrSr/2023, Oklahoma, 6-3, 240 (DS#10 TE) + More +

  Brayden Willis hadn't been recruited in years. The 6-foot-4 tight end/halfback is all grown up as he enters his fifth season at OU. He arrived in 2018 as a 220-pound freshman with a baby face and a mustache that was just starting to grow. Nowadays, he's a 237-pound super senior with a beard thick enough to cushion the blow of a would-be tackler. Each step of Willis' journey to manhood has unfolded in Norman, which is why he didn't struggle with the dilemma he faced this past offseason. A wave of OU players entered the transfer portal following head coach Lincoln Riley's decision to leave for USC last November.

When the Sooners hired Brent Venables as their new coach, Willis found himself being recruited all over again by the Sooner coaching staff. Fortunately for OU, it wasn't a hard sell. "I never wanted to leave," Willis said. "Whenever there was the switch, I had no interest in transferring. It was either I was gonna go on to the next level or I was gonna stay at Oklahoma. This is a special place. I love it here, and I just wanted to be here with my team." Once an opportunity to move to the NFL didn't present itself, Willis shifted his focus to being the leader of an OU tight end room with plenty of young talent. - Daily Oklahoman


(DS#10 TE) rSr/2023 TE Brayden WillisOklahoma
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