"Camp went good for us," said Wilson. "We finished 7-1 so we did pretty good as a team. I probably averaged around 18 or 19 a game and seven or eight assists."
Wilson, who is being recruited by NC State assistant Monte Towe, has yet to receive a scholarship offer from the Wolfpack.
"I talked to coach Towe a lot throughout the weekend," he said. "I also had some small talk here and there with coach Lowe. Coach Towe was just saying that they want to watch me play throughout the summer and are keeping tabs on me.
"Coach said they they need to bring a point guard in my class because Ryan will be the only true point guard on their roster after this upcoming year. It would be a good situation for a point guard in my class."
Wilson admits that he likes a lot about NC State.
"A lot intrigues me about State," he stated. "First of all they are in the ACC and that's a great conference. Plus, they have good facilities and good fans. They put a lot of effort into it.
"I haven't narrowed my list, but I like NC State."
Wilson is proving to be one of the top floor generals in the state. He's led his team to back-to-back appearances in the state title game and averaged 17 points, five assists, and four rebounds as a junior.
The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder holds multiple scholarship offers and is being recruited on the mid- and high-major level.
"I already have offers from programs like St. Joseph's, Arizona State, VCU, East Carolina, UMASS, Davidson, ECU, and Charlotte," said Wilson. "I also have Stanford, but that's pending my SAT, and I have a lot of mid-major offers too."
In the process of taking some visits, Wilson maintains that he has no favorites.
"I'm about to go check out Davidson, East Carolina, Charlotte, and Clemson," he said. "Coach Brownell at Clemson hasn't seen me play yet, but I know they like me too.
"Honestly, I'm wide open. The schools that have been recruiting me the longest have an advantage of course, and I know I'm a priority for them."
Wilson starts at point guard for the CP3 All-Stars on the AAU circuit.