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According to Al.com we have---I have not heard anything about him on this site (could have missed it).
The reigning Birmingham News Basketball Player of the Year stands 6-foot-6 and weighs about 220 pounds. He can run the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds. He picked up football this fall for the first time since his freshman season.
He was an effective kickoff man who boomed his efforts to the 10-yard line. He could kick a field goal from about 40 yards. He even picked up a few sacks in spot duty on defense. Auburn's old coaching staff offered Wilson a football scholarship last week. Gus Malzahn's new staff offered him a scholarship on Tuesday. So did Tennessee.
Auburn from day one.
Based on size and speed a defensive end maybe....
..........BEAT BAMA .................BEAT BAMA..................BEAT BAMA
Would he be a possible two sport pick up?
It appears Jeremy Johnson would like to have him as a receiver---they played together in AAU basketball and against each other back in July in the North/South game (Wilson was the North MVP and Johnson the South MVP).
It appears Rhett Lashlee saw him Tuesday and wants him:
"He was doing the all sorts of stuff," Lane said. "He did a couple of 360-degree dunks and was dunking the ball backwards. (Lashlee) was just blown away with how athletic he was."
I ran camera at one of his games this year. He was the superior athlete out there. He made several long touchdown grabs. They were playing Fairfield though.
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