10/17/2015 - 2015 Under Armour Showcase: Baseball Factory's Futures South Willis stands at 6-foot-4 and 190 pounds with athletic proportions and long limbs. He reached 87 mph with his fastball, and got tailing arm side life in the 84-85 mph range. His breaking ball reached into the low 70s with rolling downward break and some tilt. He featured a quick arm and a coordinated delivery from the break of his hands through landing. His arm worked well from the glove and out front, only to be cut off very often by an overly upright chest and with recoil action. In general, his command suffered due to a high level of effort to generate velocity. Interestingly, his best fastballs appeared later in his outing or when he backed off a little to find the plate -- at these times he generated notable tailing arm side life from his natural three-quarters arm angle, and it stands to reason that his best breaking balls would come from this more natural and tension-free release out front. With his athletic body, coordinated delivery and quick arm, he has projectable stuff and is a very interesting follow.