"I just got the visit set up today," Wilson said. "[Carter] told me they were interested in me and I'm really high on their list. I feel comfortable around him and we had a good conversation."
"I'm real interested in them [Louisville] since they had the coaching change," Wilson said.
Selected to play in the Under Armour All-American game, Wilson told Scout.com in St. Petersburg that Michigan, Tennessee and South Florida were his top three. That seems to have changed after Carter's visit to Northwestern.
"That's not really the case any longer," said Wilson. "Right now, I don't know. I don't have any top schools any more."
Wilson said he's seriously considering Louisville as a possible option. With two of his teammates - Lamb and Harris - already committed to Louisville, Wilson could follow suit and join Strong's program.
"We've talked about going to the same school," Wilson. "Wherever I'm meant to be that's where I'm going to go."
Academics, a chance to play next season and comfort-level with players and coaches will factor heavily into Wilson's college decision.
"First of all it's academics," Wilson said. "Then it's whether or not I could come in and start as a true freshman. Then somewhere I can feel at home once I step foot on campus. Those are the top factors."
Wilson suffered a knee injury that forced him to miss his senior season. But Wilson says he's 'back now,' and the knee is doing well.
"Coach Carter told me anywhere I go I have to fight for a starting position," Wilson said. "I don't have any problem with that."