Is Liberty’s Malik Willis the best QB prospect ahead of the 2022 NFL Draft? | Get Up

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ESPN College Football published this video item, entitled “Is Liberty’s Malik Willis the best QB prospect ahead of the 2022 NFL Draft? | Get Up” – below is their description.

Todd McShay, David Pollack and Mike Greenberg examine how quarterbacks like Liberty’s Malik Willis and Pittsburgh’s Kenny Pickett have improved their NFL Draft stock during the 2021 college football season.

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