This speed receiver, but yet a seemingly hidden talent, might be in the mix next season, even a chance at starting as the Wildcats' recruiting efforts in Florida start to pay off.
"Coach Bielema told me Tuesday night that if I come in and work hard, I might be starting next season," said Wilson, who gave his verbal the night of the in-home visit with Bielema. "They main thing is that I get there and learn the system as much as I can."
The 6-foot-1 175 pound
"I want to get faster," he said. "I have good break-away speed and I can change directions well. But I still want to improve my quickness off the ball."
K-State's interest in Wilson, who has yet to qualify
academically, started this past summer. But it wasn't until after his visit to
K-State on Dec. 19 when
"It was just the best decision for me," said Wilson, who was hosted by Antoine Polite on his KSU visit. "I like the way they throw the ball. There's good balance to their offense and receivers always do well there. It's just a great team and they compete for a conference title every year. I just feel the most comfortable there."