"I feel like I could have done better and that I need to get better with the technique," said Wilson. "I feel like I did pretty good though."
Wilson had the chance to work with Bulldog secondary coaches Deshea Townsend and Tony Hughes.
"They are both great coaches," said Wilson. "I look forward to playing for both of them in the future.
"I think the next four years are going to be good for me."
Wilson had the chance to to showcase his skills alongside fellow Bulldog verbal, Chris Stamps.
The Tupelo standout reports that the two made each other better throughout the camp's events.
"I am really tight with Chris," said Wilson. "We we're out there talking trash to each other and just competing.
"He's a great guy and a great player. I am looking forward to playing with him."
Wilson plans to enroll at Mississippi State in time for spring practice in 2015.
Being back on campus, made the three star standout realize how close it all is to becoming a reality.
"I am going to be in here in January," said Wilson. "Time flies.
"It seems like just yesterday, I was trying to come here and get an offer my ninth grade year.
"Now, I am going to be coming here and playing here."