Wilson to Transfer to SJSU

According to a tweet from Jimmy Durkin of the San Jose Mercury News, former Serra RB Erich Wilson, now a sophomore at the University of Washington, is transferring back to his home. Washington has granted him a release to go play at San Jose State.

The 5-foot-10, 188-pound Wilson played in five games in 2012 as a true freshman, gaining 145 yards on 28 carries and scoring once versus Oregon.

The arrival of heralded RB Lavon Coleman from Lompoc could loom large as UW's running back corps takes a hit. Kendyl Taylor and Dwayne Washington appear to be the main backups behind Bishop Sankey now, with Jesse Callier's future somewhat uncertain as he continues to rehab a knee injury sustained in the first offensive series of the year against San Diego State. If Callier returns to full strength, as does Deontae Cooper and Ryan McDaniel - also coming back from knee injuries - depth shouldn't be a problem.


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