Here’s what he had to say about his decision, via ESPN.“I love Coach Freeze, love his offense and feel like this is the best place for me to showcase my ability to throw the football. Everywhere Coach Freeze has been, his teams have thrown for a lot of yards and put up big numbers.Plus, when you look at all of the Power 5 schools on Liberty’s schedule the next few years, that’s the caliber of talent I want to play against. I wanted to put myself in the best position I could, and Liberty gives me the chance to do that.”Willis backed up starting quarterback Jarrett Stidham at Auburn over the past two seasons.He played in a specialty role, rushing for 309 yards and two touchdowns.Willis revealed he “never really got a chance to throw the ball at Auburn.” He’ll get his chance with Hugh Freeze and Liberty. AUBURN, AL – SEPTEMBER 20: A general view from high in the stadium as the LSU Tigers take on the Auburn Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium on September 20, 2008 in Auburn, Alabama. (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)Former Auburn quarterback Malik Willis know where he wants to play next season.Willis entered the transfer portal earlier this off-season and has two years of eligibility left. The former Tigers quarterback is seeking a waiver in order to play immediately, and has already been in contact with a lawyer.So where is Willis headed?He’ll be playing for former Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze at Liberty.