Kyle Wilson Named Second-Team All-American

Kyle Wilson was selected to the Walter Camp Foundation All-America second team yesterday, becoming the second current Bronco to be honored nationally this season.

Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson has been named to the second team of the Walter Camp Foundation's All-America team.  

Wilson is a four-year starter who has 40 tackles and three interceptions, two returned for touchdowns.  He also sports a 10.4 punt return average for the Broncos, who will play #3 TCU in the 2010 Fiesta Bowl.  Wilson is the only remaining member of the 2007 Fiesta Bowl Champions that is still playing for Boise State .  

Wilson has 151 career tackles, 11 interceptions and a career punt return average of 12.7 yards per return with three punts returned for touchdowns.  

Kyle joins All-Pro offensive tackle Ryan Clady as the second Bronco to make the Walter Camp team.  Clady was also a second-team selection in 2007.  Wilson is also the second current Bronco to be named to an All-America team thus far this season.  Quarterback Kellen Moore was named to the first team by CBS earlier this week.

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