The good: Wilson is a massive right tackle with the size to get a nice push at the point of attack. Wilson also possesses the balance and agility to stay on his feet and get consistent movement along the line. His big frame should help him become a quality pro if he continues to refine his athletic ability. He is best suited to play the right side. He is a powerful blocker who combines a strong initial pop with the footwork to get movement at the line of scrimmage. He plays with the nasty demeanor you like to see from offensive linemen.
The bad: He isn't agile enough in his lateral movement to consistently handle outside speed rushers. His struggles against certain speed rushers could hurt him if he plays on the left side. Wilson is capable of mauling an opponent once he locks onto him, but he needs to win early in the down to gain an advantage. He can be vulnerable to the inside counter when he overcompensates to the outside move.
Outlook: Wilson has drawn comparisons to NFL linemen Maurice Williams and Bobby Williams, who started on the right side at both tackle and guard. He eventually could win a starting job after improving his technique and instincts. He's a marginal Top 100 prospect who probably will go early in the third round. He probably will play guard until he develops further. The Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolphins like him. Wilson has talent, but he's a boom-or-bust prospect.
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