Christmas Special - Ronnie Willson

With the Holiday season upon us, Gator Country asked several football players to tell us just what they wanted for Christmas and more. In this series of short clips, you'll enjoy the responses. Ronnie Wilson is first up and he seems to have one thing on his mind this holiday season and that is winning the national championship.
December 23, 2006

Injury Bug Hits; Wilson Out With Broken Ankle

The injury bug hit the Florida Gators in a big way over the weekend. First unit offensive guard Ronnie Wilson had surgery on his ankle and he will be out at least until the early part of the season plus there were a number of dinged up players that will miss some practices.
August 14, 2006


Introducing the very best football players in the state of Florida in this list of 6A All-State Football Teams for 2004.
January 22, 2005

Ronnie Wilson Commits to the Gators

As first reported earlier today in our popular and busy chat room: Ronnie Wilson, the intimidating force on the offensive line at Pompano Beach Blanche Ely, has made his choice where he will be playing football next season and the 6-4, 335-pound dominator has committed to the Florida Gators.
December 1, 2004

Soul Bowl Provides Hard Hits, Player Updates

The "Soul Bowl" between Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely and Ft. Lauderdale Dillard took place this weekend, and Bucknuts contributor Jesse Herman was in attendance to take in the game as well as get updates from the key prospects of OSU interest from both teams. Check out this update for news on the game as well as prospects Carlton Jackson, Ronnie Wilson and Elijah Hodge.
November 8, 2004

Wilson's Plans Stay The Same

We caught up with offensive lineman Ronnie Wilson of Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely recently. The four-star lineman talked about his situation, the situation at Florida, and when a decision might come.
November 4, 2004

RECRUITING: Spencer Adkins and Ronnie Wilson

Gator Country caught up with a couple of high profile recruits to get their opinion of the current goings-on at the University of Florida and the possible replacements for the coaching staff. There were some interesting comments. Read on.
October 27, 2004