Will to Win

The Will to Win is a personal or group desire to come together and be successful, giving everything it takes to reach a goal.

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The Will to Prepare separates those who want to win from those who do win, spending time and giving exceptional attention to detail.


The Will to Compete shows how a person strives, consciously or unconsciously, for an objective. Being a competitor is instinctive.


The Will to Give grants or bestows by formal action or to accord or yield to another voluntarily and without expecting compensation.


The Will to Love is a strong personal affection for another, whether kinship or an object of attachment, devotion or admiration.


The Will to Succeed is the mentality necessary to attain a desired, favorable goal or achieve success upon completion of an effort.


The Will to Lead is what it takes to direct the operations, activity or performance of an individual or a group in a common direction.

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The Will to Finish is the process of ending a course of action, task, undertaking or competition in a specified manner or position.

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Grier was named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week on five occasions during the 2017 season, en route to earning Big 12 Newcomer of the Year honors at the end of the season. He passed for 300 or more yards in nine games and had multiple touchdowns in 10 games during the season. He also was named All-Big 12 by Athlon Sports, Phil Steele and ProFootballFocus.

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The Journey

Will Grier - Davidson Day

Davidson Day School

The legendary status of Will Grier was forged playing for his father, Chad, at Davidson Day School. Will, the Mr. Football USA, the Parade High School National Player of the Year, Maxwell Player of the Year and Tom Lemming Offensive Player of the Year, threw for 14,565 yards and a state-record 195 touchdowns over his career. As a senior, the All-American First Team honoree and U.S. Army All-American Bowl participant totaled 4,989 passing yards and 77 touchdowns, leading his team to the state championship. He set a national record for single-game passing, posting 837 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Will Grier - Florida

University of Florida

Will Grier furthered his status as an offensive icon, this time on the national stage at Florida. As a redshirt freshman with the Gators, he earned the starting role under center. He played in six games and started five, completing 106-of-161 passes for 1,204 yards and 10 touchdowns, leading the Gators to a 6-0 record and a Top 10 ranking. He threw for 200 or more yards in three games, 250 yards or more in two games, finished with 20 or more completions in three games and had a season-high 283 yards in a win over Tennessee. He also completed 24-of-29 passes and four touchdowns in a win over No. 3 Ole Miss.

Will Grier - West Virginia

West Virginia University

The 2017 Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Year, Will Grier made his first season at West Virginia memorable. His dynamic play established him as one of the best quarterbacks in the nation before his season was cut short due to a hand injury in game 11. He completed 250-of-388 passes for 3,490 yards and 34 touchdowns, ranking among the national leaders. He set the school record for throwing five touchdowns in back-to-back games, finished fourth in school single-season passing yards and was second in passing touchdowns. The All-Big 12 Conference honoree passed for more than 300 yards in nine games and multiple touchdowns in 10 games.