Wilson Impressed By Texas Tech
The 6-foot-3, 185-pound receiver liked what the coaches had to say, though they didn't offer him a scholarship.
"Not yet. He (Morris) told me that they are ready to pull the trigger but Kingsbury doesn't offer without the transcript in his hand and they want me to visit next week," Wilson said. "Kingsbury will be down here next week to visit my parents. And he (Morris) also said that they most likely will pull the trigger when I get on campus for the visit because Kingsbury wouldn't let me visit if he wasn't going to and that they're really excited about me."
Wilson said he definitely plans on visiting Texas Tech next weekend and he isn't sure which day Kingsbury is supposed to visit with him and his family.
The three-star prospect caught 24 passes for 730 yards (30.4 yards per catch) and 10 touchdowns in 10 games as a senior.
He said Tech sees him as an outside receiver in their system. Wilson added the Red Raiders have a check mark in the margin of every category he's looking for in a program.
"They have everything I need so far," Wilson said. "They have a good quarterback and a Air Raid offense."
Wilson went on to say he like Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his arm strength.
The only thing left is for Wilson to visit next weekend and for the Red Raiders to offer.
"I'm looking to see if I'm comfortable in the (Lubbock) area and around the players," Wilson said.
If Texas Tech were to offer, Wilson said Central Florida, who has already offered and also visited him Wednesday, would be the Red Raiders' stiffest competition for his services. Arkansas State, BYU, Indiana, Louisiana-Monroe, Memphis, New Mexico State, North Texas, Rice, Toledo, SMU and Stephen F. Austin have all offered Wilson a scholarship as well.