> Liberty QB prospect Malik Willis shows random act of kindness on video

Liberty QB prospect Malik Willis shows random act of kindness on video

Liberty QB prospect Malik Willis shows random act of kindness on video

Mar 04
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Countless criticisms and critiques are bound to be thrown as the NFL leads up to the draft. However, it seems like that does not apply to future NFL quarterback Malik Willis.

Coaches and executives were impressed with Willis during the interview process, and people are applauding his act of kindness all over social media.

The said act of kindness happened on the sidewalk of Indianapolis where the former Liberty University quarterback opened his suitcase gave away some items inside to a man who was sitting on a milk crate.

Someone across the street took a video of the moment, and the video quickly made the rounds all over social media. In one tweet, the video has over a million views on Twitter.

It is hard to tell exactly what Willis was handing out to the man, some believe them to be clothes, but it is even harder to tell if it was a setup. Yet, the consensus of the majority says that he is a kind person.

Being kind is a good quality for an NFL quarterback as they are the face of the league. Willis is projected to be one of the first three quarterbacks selected in the 2022 draft class, and it is likely that he will become the face of the NFL in the future.

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