Marquis Wilson resides and is making a name for himself. He has four written offers and one can only think with his talents if he played ball in a more populated area how many offers he'd have. The Cats are heavily in the mix for him after his visit to Tucson last weekend."> Marquis Wilson resides and is making a name for himself. He has four written offers and one can only think with his talents if he played ball in a more populated area how many offers he'd have. The Cats are heavily in the mix for him after his visit to Tucson last weekend.">

Utah Receiver Enjoyed Visit to 'Zona

It is not often you get a top prospect from the town of Draper, Utah, but that is exactly where <a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=106&p=8&c=1&nid=1133734">Marquis Wilson</a> resides and is making a name for himself. He has four written offers and one can only think with his talents if he played ball in a more populated area how many offers he'd have. The Cats are heavily in the mix for him after his visit to Tucson last weekend.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 170
40 time: 4.45
Bench: 225
Squat: 335
Clean: 190
Vertical:'35
From: Draper, Utah
High School: Juan Diego

"It was an unofficial visit that I went on with my family," Wilson explained. "I met with an academic advisor, took a tour around campus, and checked out the facilities. It was real nice. My family and I just stayed in a condo and didn't do much else but go swimming and hang around there. It was hotter than I expected but I liked it."

The receiver says he will most likely make a return trip to Tucson for an official visit at a later date. As of now, his only other visit has been to Nebraska and the Huskers have offered, in writing, along with Utah and Utah State. "I don't have a favorite right now."

Wilson will attend the Utah-Utah State game this weekend and also the Utah versus Air Force game, next weekend. Neither will be for official visits and he has no more officials set-up as of now. Since the beginning of the month, he has heard from Utah, BYU, NU, and UA.

Offensive Coordinator Mike Canales is after him for the Cats.

Juan Diego is 4-0 on the year and Wilson has four receiving touchdowns, two rushing touchdowns, and two interceptions. He plays at safety and receiver for his squad but says he is being recruited for offense and that is where he prefers to play.

Wilson carries a 3.1 core GPA and scored a 890 on his SAT. He took it last year and will do so again in the spring. Juan Diego takes on South Summit, tonight.


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