Texas A&M gain UCLA transfer, former four-star recruit, Priest Willis
The Texas A&M Aggies once again find themselves mining the Grand Canyon State for talent, as UCLA transfer, and 2013's top ranked Arizona prospect, Priest Willis Jr. announced his intentions to transfer to College Station over the weekend.
Thank you for the 2 years Ucla,I grew into a better man and player at that program.Thank you A&M for this opportunity pic.twitter.com/YDktvHQH90— Priest Willis Jr. (@pwillisjr15) July 30, 2015
Once Willis arrives on campus, the Aggies will have the No. 1 rated player out of Arizona for the last three recruiting cycles (Kyle Allen - 2014 and Christian Kirk - 2015). Willis was an Under Armour All-American in 2013 and was rated as high as the 39th best player in the nation per 247Sports.
The defensive back played in every game for UCLA last season after playing in nine contests his freshman season for the Bruins. Willis will be required to sit out this season and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining for Texas A&M.