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Bryan Wilson runs well enough to play wide receiver and defensive end for his high school team at 6-2 and 225 pounds. He recently posted a 4.55 at a summer camp, and he will be one of the top LB recruits in the region. "I've mostly outside linebacker, but Clemson had me working at both inside and outside at their camp," said Wilson.

Bryan Wilson plays an interesting combination of positions in high school. "I play defensive end and wide receiver," said Wilson. When it was remarked that he made an awfully big WR at 225 pounds, he just laughed. "Yeah, I get to kind of run over people out there. I'm being recruited to play linebacker though. Mostly outside linebacker, but Clemson had me working at both inside and outside at their camp."

It was at Clemson's summer camp that Wilson's stock really began to soar.

"I ran a 4.55 forty down there. I haven't been running like that since though. I think I tore the meniscus in my knee. I'm having it scoped this week, and will probably have surgery. It will only keep me out of workouts for about 2 or three weeks this summer, and then I'll be ready to go. I was being timed at another camp, and I ran a 4.74 so I knew something was wrong. It will be fine in a couple of weeks though."

It's just a matter of time before Wilson has his first offer, and he thinks a couple of schools are ready.

"West Virginia seems the most interested right now, and Clemson told me that they wanted to talk with my coaches again. My top 5 teams right now would be West Virginia, Clemson, Maryland, South Carolina, and Syracuse."

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