Name: Lakota Wills
School: Air Force
Position: LB

Height: 6’3”
Weight: 238

What goals did you set and/or accomplish in your final collegiate season?

My goal was to consistently get better everyday at a different thing. Whether that be practice intensity, mental game, or game speed.

Q: How do you think you took advantage of the extra year of eligibility to increase your chances of going pro?

I became a student of the game and learned that training harder doesn’t always mean you’re training correctly. I learned that taking care of your body every day is a part of the professional lifestyle and it is always best to live in the present, taking things one day at a time.

Q: What would your coaches and teammates say about the type of player you are?

Everyone knows that I am the hardest worker in the room no matter where I go. A lot of people feed off of my crazy energy and it makes games and practice more fun.

Q: When you are studying film, what are the things you focus on to improve your game?

I focus on keys from the other team. Things like guard and tackles stances as long with motions and QB tendencies.

Q: What separates you from the other pro prospects at your position?

I can play a lot of positions. I am fast and quick. I can rush the passer and drop back and cover people. My motor also separates myself from others. I never take a play off.

Q: What is your offseason plan to train and prepare for professional opportunities?

Coming back from a meniscus tear it is important for me to continue to heal. I showed off my ability to comeback with my pro day. I plan to learn more about coverages and sets to improve my ability to run a defense just in case that is asked of me.

Q: What kind of strengths and abilities will you bring to a team that will stand out both on and off the field?

I am a fun person and easy to be around. Chemistry is important on a defense and a team and I always bring people together for further development of the team.

Q: What is your final pitch to the NFL and any other pro leagues?

All I want is an opportunity to let my skill speak for itself.