"All of the attention is kind of unexpected. It all kind of blew up in a short period of time. It has been chaotic, but it has been real exciting. It took a curve up here latterly, but I am trying to enjoy it because I know that it will only last for a short period of time."
The humble Wilson tried his best to explain his biggest assets on the field of play.
"I am not a guy that has blazing speed," Wilson began. "I like to sit back and read the defenses. I do have enough speed to make the defenders miss when I am under pressure. I can move around enough to find the open man or find an open lane to deliver the ball."
"I also feel like I have the leadership as well. Football is the biggest team sport that there is, and you need to have a leader on the field."
Wilson was planning to attend the Arkansas spring scrimmage on Saturday, but some more important matters arose.
"I actually did not attend because I took my ACT test and I went to prom," Wilson reported. "It was a long day and night. The prom is more for the girls. It was a long day for sure."
"I did go to a scrimmage the weekend before and I have seen some of their campus before."
"Felix Jones or McFadden did not play, but I was pretty impressed with how the offense ran the ball. They looked like they are heading in the right direction."
Wilson is also a fine baseball prospect and has at least entertained the thought of playing both sports on the next level, but at this point in time he may be leaning towards a future in football.
"Right now I am unsure," Wilson said. "It would be fun to play both sports on the next level, but it would be tough. I might just opt to go with the one sport."
"As far as scholarships go I have nothing in writing in baseball. I do have a verbal offer from U of A. Recruiting interest in baseball has really picked up since summer. Arizona and LSU have told me that I could play both sports if I was interested."
Wilson threw for 4,222 yards and 50 touchdowns last season. An All-Conference and All-State performer, Wilson threw for 582 yards and six scores in a winning state championship performance.