Rock (Tenn.) linebacker
Patrick Willis has pulled the
trigger on his college decision.
"After a wonderful visit this weekend, I plan on
furthering my education and football career at Ole Miss," said the Bruceton
Central running back/linebacker. "I just loved everything about it. Ole Miss was
always the most active team in my recruitment through thick and thin, and this
visit just reassured me that it's the right place for me."
Fellow linebacker Jamil Northcutt served as Willis' host
for the weekend.
"He made me feel like I was right at home, like it was
family," Willis said. "I can't wait to get back down there and play with him and
some of those other guys."
Willis picked the Rebels over Memphis and Mississippi
State, among others.
As a senior at Bruceton Central, Willis (6-2, 220, 4.6)
rushed for more than 2,000 yards and recorded 133 tackles, 10 sacks and six
interceptions. He was a finalist for the "Mr. Football" award