2008: Moved back to defensive end after beginning the season listed as a linebacker ... saw action in all 11 games with starts in four of the final five contests ... racked up 28 tackles on the season ... recorded a career-high-tying two tackles-for-loss at Indiana State and finished the season with five TFLs ... recorded one sack against both Murray State and Indiana State ... also forced and recovered a fumble, while notching three quarterback hurries on the year.
2007: Started eight games and played in all 11 ... led all ISU defensive linemen with 50 tackles, including 19 solo stops ... tied for the team lead in tackles-for-loss with 7.5 ... posted eight tackles in each game against then-No. 1 North Dakota State and Indiana State ... led the team with six quarterback hurries.
2006: Appeared in 12 games, all as a reserve, including both playoff games ... collected five tackles on the season, including two solo stops.
John Jay HS: Named the 5A defensive lineman of the year by TexasFootball.com in 2005 ... posted the second-most sacks in the state of Texas with 13 ... also finished with 72 tackles, including 30 tackles-for-loss, and 19 quarterback hurries ... registered three quarterback sacks against Taft ... as a senior, named first-team All-District 27-5A, all-city and all-state for a team that finished with a 10-2 record, before falling in the second round of the state playoffs ... his team beat O'Conner to win its first district championship since 1987 ... named a team captain his senior year ... played linebacker as a junior and was a wide receiver his sophomore season ... as a junior, finished with 32 tackles and a quarterback sack ... coached by John Campbell ... named the KSAT-12 News Scholar-Athlete of the Week.
Data: Born 11-16-87 in San Antonio ... son of Valerie Wilson ... has an older sister ... major: recreation and park administration.
CAREER SINGLE-GAME HIGHS