At Princeton — 2013: earned third-team All-America honors after ranking fourth nationally in receptions per game (8.6) and 19th in receiving yards per game (91.9); both totals ranked second in the Ivy League … earned first-team All-Ivy League honors after catching 86 passes for 919 yards and 11 touchdowns … tied Princeton single-season record for touchdown receptions, and finished second in single-season receptions … ended career second in touchdown catches (16), sixth in receptions (126) and ninth in receiving yards (1582) … for second straight season, caught winning touchdown against Harvard; this time, it was a six-yard corner route in the third overtime of a 51-48 victory; he kept the game going by scoring on a nine-yard reverse on third down during the first overtime session … caught three touchdown passes in 53-7 victory over Columbia … had at least one touchdown (rushing or receiving) in eight of 10 games, and had multiple touchdowns in four Ivy League wins … caught 12 passes in 38-26 comeback win at Penn … had 10 catches for 80 yards and two touchdowns in victory at Lafayette … rushed 14 times for 55 yards and two scores. 2012: caught one of the most memorable touchdowns in Princeton history, a 36-yard score with 13 seconds remaining in a 39-34 home victory over Harvard … scored seven touchdowns, tied for the most at Princeton in a single season since Cameron Atkinson scored 10 in 2002 … led Princeton with 37 receptions for 649 yards, an average of 17.5 yards per catch … led Ivy League with 17.5 yards per catch (minimum of 3 catches per game) … caught five touchdown passes, all in Ivy League games … ran the ball 18 times for 107 yards and two touchdowns … caught seven passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns at Cornell; one touchdown came on career-long 72-yard reception … caught 44-yard touchdown pass at Columbia and a 21-yard touchdown against Penn … scored rushing touchdowns in road wins at Lafayette and Yale … caught five passes for 111 yards against Harvard … had six games with at least four catches and caught at least one pass in every game … ran the ball five times for 55 yards at Lafayette. 2011: caught five passes as a sophomore and rushed twice for nine yards … dealt with various injuries during both preseason and the middle of the regular season. 2010: led Princeton in punt returns as a freshman and was only player on roster with yards gained rushing, receiving and in both punt and kickoff returns … averaged 7.2 yards on five rushes, including a long of 21 in Princeton's 36-33 overtime win over Lafayette … made first collegiate reception against Colgate and rushed three times in the game … averaged a team-best 23.0 yards per kickoff return, including a long of 30 against Lafayette … averaged 4.9 yards per punt return … had season-best punt return of 25 yards against Harvard.
At Lincoln Christian — earned first-team all-state honors from multiple publications and the coaches association … second-team Max Preps Small School All-American … state championship MVP … district player of the year … caught 162 passes for 2,587 yards and 38 touchdowns in his career; caught 80 passes in each of his final two seasons … led team to 2009 state championship … team earned academic state title … team reached 2008 state semifinal … team captain as a senior … invited to play in Coaches All-State Game … lettered in both basketball and track … member of the National Honor Society.
Personal — born Oct. 1, 1991 … son of Curtis and Shelly Wilson … father works in vending services; mother is an air charter manager … father played college football at Missouri and professional football with New England, Detroit and NFL Europe … has an older brother Cody, who plays at Tulsa … has a younger brother Micah … enjoys music, especially playing the guitar and piano … interested in studing sociology or economics.
|City/State:||Broken Arrow, Okla.|
|High School:||Lincoln Christian|