furthered his high school sports legend on Friday. The one-armed senior quarterback accounted for six touchdowns while leading Washington (Iowa)
to a 41-27 win at Mt. Pleasant.
According to the Southeast Iowa Union
the 6-foot-6, 235-pound Willis completed 13-of-19 passes
for 129 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for 95 yards and three more scores, helping the Demons improve to 4-0.
Willis was born without a left arm — it's the same birth defect as Seattle Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin
— yet the Iowa QB is a dominating two-sport athlete, playing linebacker as well as starring on the hardwood.
earned almost immediate internet fame when a video of Willis dunking in eighth grade went viral. Since then, he's drawn friendships from famous athletes including pro
basketball greats Chris Paul, Candace Parker and Carmelo Anthony.
hopes to play both or either sport in college, but as of now just has a
single football offer to Division III Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, 135 miles northeast of Washington.
"The ultimate goal is
to make it to college and then hopefully the next level," Willis told
. "Whether it's football or basketball, it doesn't matter
to me as long as I'm playing. I feel like I can compete with anyone on
the court or on the field as long as I continue to push myself hard
He's bigger than most he plays on the football field, and is considered more of a linebacker prospect than a quarterback.
Though if he continues to play the way he did on Friday, that may change.