Joe Gaiter: What does football mean to you?
Willis White: Football is all I think about, since a kid I’ve been playing and it seems as if that’s all I know. My love for the game runs so deep and if I can play forever with no second thought I will.
Joe Gaiter:Tell us about your season this year?
Willis White:This year was a rough start but towards the end of the season our team pulled things together. This season I was the leading receiver on my team averaging 7 catches a game and 20 yards a catch. I also complimented my season with three 70 yards or more games. I played my best games against our top 3 opponents, which were Kennesaw State University, Alcorn State University, and Grambling University.
Joe Gaiter:What makes you ready for the NFL?
Willis White:What makes me ready for the NFL is my Mind set, I don’t let anything faze me and I believe that I’m the best at what I do. I love perfection and believe anything I put my mind to I put my grind to. When things get rough I DON’T PANIC!
Joe Gaiter:Who would you compare your football skills to that currently plays in the NFL?
Willis White:If I had to compare myself to someone in the NFL I would say Brandin Cooks or Phillip Dorsett simply because both receivers use their speed to take full advantage of their route running and creating separation when the ball is in the air and in their hands.
Joe Gaiter:How was it playing in the HBCU Spirit of America Bowl game?
Willis White:The HBCU spirit game was a great experience that I would recommend to everyone, the coaches and players made everything enjoyable because everyone had one common goal, which was to grind and showcase their talent in front of several scouts.
Joe Gaiter:Describe yourself in 3 words.
Willis White:Powerful, knowledgeable, competitive.
Joe Gaiter:What is your motivation for playing the game?
Willis White:My motivation for playing the game is my mother; she showed me that no matter what you go through continue to chase your dream. She creates a mindset for me that only the strong will survive and if you quit today you will quit tomorrow.
Joe Gaiter:What will you miss most about ASU?
Willis White:What I will miss the most about Alabama State University is my brothers. On the team we did not consider each other as teammates but we were a brotherhood. The love we showed that we had for each other is what I think I will miss the most.
Joe Gaiter:What separates you from other athletes that play your same position?
Willis White:What I believes separates me from other athletes that play my position is my speed and selfishness when the ball is in the air.
Joe Gaiter:Do you have a backup plan if you don’t make it to the NFL?
Willis White:If I do not make it to the NFL I plan on being a campaign manager of a college/ university football program.
Joe Gaiter:When is your proday?
Willis White:My Proday is March 8, 2018 at Alabama State University.
Joe Gaiter:Who is your agent and why did you choose them?
Willis White:My Agent is Daniel Fevrin, and I chose him because instantly I felt the connection and dedication that Daniel wanted to invest in me. Not only is he my agent but he also is like a mentor because on the daily he motivates me and keeps me in drive mode 24 hours 7 days a week.
Joe Gaiter:Where and how often are you training?
Willis White:I train at M.A.D House Facility in Montgomery Alabama, 6 days a week.
Joe Gaiter:What do you want your legacy to be?
Willis White:I want my legacy to be the man nobody heard about but eventually seen.