Will Levis discusses his Manning Passing Academy experience
Known for his wild eating habits, Kentucky QB Will Levis has turned himself into quite a successful college football player.
After transferring to Kentucky from Penn State, Levis had an outstanding season leading the Wildcats to their second 10-win season in the past 4 years.
He appeared on “The Paul Finebaum Show” on Monday and raved about how it gave him a chance to study and work with each quarterback at the passing academy:
A summer at the Manning Camp gave @will_levis the chance to study the moves of some his fellow elite QBs.
"Every dude has those little minute details that differentiate themselves." pic.twitter.com/pxdTudJZuF
— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) August 1, 2022
“It’s so much fun because every dude has those little minute details that differentiate themselves from other players and we know that we can’t replicate ourselves after any one dude, but anytime you can see a guy like Bryce (Young) make plays with his feet and put himself in a position despite having to move off platform and still deliver a ball on-time and accurately watching that film, it makes you realize just what works for him and why that worked in that situation,” Levis said.
As one of the top quarterbacks in the conference, Levis is primed to take the next step for the Wildcats this season and the Manning Passing Academy might be getting some of the credit.