"A coach came to the school and I talked to him, he offered me and said he wanted me to keep in touch with him. Honestly, I'm going to keep that in mind, they're top ten and they have a lot of tradition and a good program. He was telling me all the statistics, that they have a high graduation rate. I'll have to think about that," Wilson said.
"He said he likes that I'm big, they're looking for big corners these days. I'm 6-foot-2, most 6'2'' guys can't move like I move, he said he likes that a lot. I can be a hybrid type that can go in the box, in the slot, or matchup on a big receiver."
Lately, Wilson's also been getting a lot of interest from USC, but the Trojans haven't pulled the trigger on an offer just yet.
"I talked to the DB coach, he likes me, he wants me to stay in touch, he's going to watch my film and get back to me," Wilson said.
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound cornerback says there are plenty of schools standing out to him right now, it's almost too many to name. He plans to narrow the list in the future.
"There's really no favorites right now, I have a lot of big offers, so my list would be like ten or fifteen. I'm not sure when I might cut that down, sometime after the season," he said.
Even though he isn't making a list of favorites just yet, there are things he is looking for as he begins to evaluate schools.
"My main thing is I want to develop a relationship with the coach. If I don't like the coach then it won't work out. Also if they have what I want to study and if I can play early, I don't plan on red-shirting," he said.
Wilson now turns his attention to his undefeated University School team (number 7 in the FOX Sports NEXT Top 50) and winning a state championship.