"He's doing well," Central assistant coach Curtis Graves said. "He has eight receptions and four touchdowns for about 300 something yards. We're 3-0 and ranked No. 2 in the state right now."
Wilder, who runs the 40 in 4.5 seconds, brings a lot to the table.
"He's strong and he runs good routes and he has great ball skills," Graves said.
"Ole Miss, Louisville, UAB and Auburn are the schools recruiting Marcellos the hardest right now," Graves said. "Auburn hasn't offered him yet and I think they are going to hold out until the last minute to see if they can get Julio Jones first."
If either the Crimson Tide or Tigers offered, they'd be hard to beat for Wilder's services. However, out of his current offers, Louisville seems to be the favorite, even though Wilder is scheduled to visit Ole Miss this weekend for their game against Florida.
"He likes Louisville a lot," Graves said. "He really likes Alabama and Auburn, those are his No. 1 and No. 2 choices right there. But as far as the schools that have offered him he really likes Louisville a lot."
What does Wilder like about Steve Kragthorpe's Cardinals?
"He likes their offense," said Graves. "He likes that their program will always have a good quarterback in the system. So he'd have a chance to make plays."
Wilder doesn't appear to be in a rush when it comes to his recruitment. He hasn't scheduled any official visits and probably won't until after the season. He's also in good shape academically.
"He's going to wait until after the season to take his visits," Graves said. "He had a 25 on his ACT and has about a 2.8 gpa."