Malik Willis goes viral for his selfless act of kindness at NFL Combine

Liberty quarterback Malik Willis steals the show at the NFL Combine after he was spotted helping a homeless man on the street.

Malik Willis is pretty much a suspension to take in the first round of the NFL Draft, but it’s not just his play on the field that impresses folks at the NFL Combine. As it turns out, his big heart also makes him a lot of fans.

A video has gone viral on social media in which the Liberty quarterback passed out while helping a homeless man in Indianapolis. You can’t really tell what Willis is handing the unfamiliar person, but it’s a great act of kindness nonetheless.

Great to see Malik Willis helping a homeless man

Willis had no idea he was being filmed here. He hadn’t expected to get any praise. The Superstar Signal Caller just saw a man in distress and decided to help him in the only way he knew how. What more do you want?

In addition to this act, Willis also impressed in Indianapolis with his self-confidence and his personality. While he has yet to participate in pitching practice, Willis has said he’s adamant he should be the first quarterback picked next month.

The Washington Commanders become the first team to take an 11th-ranked quarterback off the board during the Pittsburgh Steelers also need a signal caller of the future at slot 20. Both landing sites would make sense for Willis.

He’ll find out soon enough where his NFL career will begin. Whoever lands Willis will know he’s getting someone of high character. The video above confirmed this to a large extent. Malik Willis goes viral for his selfless act of kindness at NFL Combine

John Verrall

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