Didn't go to his game so I can't give an update on that. Willis did get his UA A-A Game jersey yesterday and here's an update from ESPN on that.
Willis, who is the No. 4 safety in the nation, wouldn't allow the celebration to focus on him. Instead, the 6-foot-2, 199-pound defensive dynamo made sure credit for this accomplishment was heaped upon everybody who helped him get to this point: trainers, coaches, teammates, family and friends.
He put his teammates front and center and gave them credit for his accomplishments.
Great story about why Willis has played with a chip on his shoulder since youth league ball:
The motivation comes from within for Willis, though there is a point of origin. During a celebration following a youth football season, Willis' coach spoke about each player on the team. He focused on how much he was looking forward to watching each player go on to the next level and continue his athletic career. When it came time to discuss Willis, who has always been something of a class clown, the spoken sentiment was very brief, with no mention of future football exploits.
Both of the quoted segments of that article lead me to believe he will not only fit in at LSU, but he'll thrive here. The LSU program stresses team but everyone knows playing in that team concept will likely result in accolades, and possibly the NFL, coming your way. Claiborne, TM7, Michael Brockers and Ron Brooks are all of the proof anyone would ever need.