Willis Peguese was drafted by the Houston Oilers from the University of Miami with their 3rd round pick. The Oilers on their previous draft selection had selected Jeff Alm DT from Notre Dame, so this pick came with some surprise because the Oilers had a few more pressing needs. Defensive coordinator Jim Eddy envisioned Willis as their solution at right defensive end, but instead Peguese found himself buried on a very talented depth chart. Things only got worse when the Oilers traded for Lee Williams from the Chargers. Willis would rarely get playing time beyond the preseason and was cut in 1992. He signed with the Colts and played with them for 2 seasons, notching 2 sacks and retired soon thereafter. Currently Willis runs Pro Player Protection Inc, out of the Palm Beach/ Miami Florida area.