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Micheal Wilson Scouting Report

"Physical receiver with a unique blend of size and short area quickness that's also a viscous run blocker. He's got the attributes and character of a standout starter but needs to stay out the trainers room as a pro"



Good sized, sudden receiver with notable change of direction and angry physicality. Quick feet and releases in a blur. Catches in traffic and can contort for difficult grabs. Dangerous in space and typically makes the first defender miss.

Angry yac producer. Dominating blocker in the run game that relishes bullying opponents and plays through the whistle. Carries a clutch gene. Punt and kick return experience. Impressive character individual. Dominated Senior Bowl practice 1 on 1's.

Wilson's agility for his size is special and here vs UCF he showcases strong hands and the ability to go get it.


As a sophomore #4 looked arguably like a future standout. His strong hands, agility and blocking prowess stood out vs Northwestern and Browns 2021 1st round pick, Greg Newsome.



Lacks a second gear and struggles to pull away. Upright runner that lets guys into his chest on his release. Doesn't string moves together in the open field and hasn't been a big playmaker. Injury prone and has missed big chunks of the last 3 seasons.



Wilson had a breakout year as a soph at Stanford and then disappeared with a litany of injuries until opening eyes again at Senior Bowl practices. He's a bigger sized receiver with unique stop/start quickness and change of direction. His short shuttle and 3 Cone at 217 were better than Amon-Ra St Brown's.

He's strong on contact and can make contested grabs, often of the highlight variety. He's the best blocking WR in this class and appears to relish emasculating opponents in the run game.

The drawback is that he's been especially injury prone and missed more games than he's played. And while he's sudden he struggles to threaten deep without a double move.

Half full, there's clear room for improvement as a route runner and technician. On his releases he's super quick and physical, but has a broad frame, less than ideal body lean and allows guys to get into his chest too often. If Wilson can stay out of the trainers room he's almost a lock to be a better pro than college player and brings a high ceiling.

NFL Comp: Hines Ward



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