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Keith Willis

Stoughton, MA

High School:
Xaverian Brothers

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 270


2006 Season
Played in 11 games; started two contests - vs. Clemson and BYU...had 17 tackles, including four solo stops...made 3.0 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks; also had one forced fumble and one pass breakup...had one pass breakup in season opener at Central Michigan...made four tackles (two solo) including 0.5 tackle for loss in double-overtime win over Clemson...recorded two stops including 0.5 tackle for loss against BYU...had two tackles including 0.5 tackle for loss at North Carolina State...recorded one sack in win over Maine...had three tackles against Virginia Tech...had two tackles, including 0.5 sack in win at Florida State...made one tackle against Maryland...had one assisted stop at Miami...had one solo tackle in the Meineke Car Care Bowl against Navy.

2005 Season
Played in all 12 games...registered 20 tackles (nine solos), five tackles for loss, one sack and five pass breakups...recorded his first collegiate tackle - for three-year loss - at Brigham Young; also recorded two pass breakups...totaled a career-best five tackles (two unassisted) and two pass breakups against Army...had one pass breakup against Florida State...was credited with three tackles (one solo) at Clemson...recorded two unassisted stops against Ball State, including one tackle for loss (for two yards)...made two tackles against Wake Forest...recorded two assisted tackles at Virginia Tech; shared a tackle for loss (for one yard)...recorded one tackle for loss (for two yards) against North Carolina State...had four tackles (two solos), including one sack (for nine yards) and a shared tackle for loss (for two yards), at Maryland.

2004 Season

High School
Played fullback and defensive end at Xaverian Brothers High School ... earned 2003 All-East honors from SuperPrep and from Tom Lemming ... gained All-State honors from the Eastern Massachusetts Football Coaches Association ... named 2003 Defensive Player of the Year by the Gridiron Club of Boston ... was a two-time All-Catholic Conference selection ... captured Boston Herald All-Scholastic honors in 2003 ... earned Daily Transcript all-star honors as a junior and senior ... served as 2003 team captain for head coach Charlie Stevenson ... also excelled on the Hawks' indoor and outdoor track and field teams; competed in the shot put ... played in the 2004 Massachusetts Shriners Football Classic ... spent his freshman year at the Lakota Freshman School in West Chester, Ohio.

Keith Willis Jr., born September 4, 1985...enrolled in the Carroll School of the 2005-06 recipient of the Nugent Family Football Scholarship...Keith and his older sister Jasmine are the children of Maxine and Keith Willis

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