Guys We Profiled who went in First Round:: Virginia Tech RB David Wilson

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Nov 26, 2011; Charlottesville VA, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies running back David Wilson (4) rushes up field for a touchdown against the Virginia Cavaliers during the fourth quarter at Scott Stadium. Virginia Tech defeated Virginia 38-0. Mandatory Credit: Jason O. Watson-US PRESSWIRE


For the past two seasons, the biggest offensive threat for the Virginia Tech Hokies has been RB David Wilson. In 2010,Wilson accounted for 853 rushing/receiving yards to go along with 584 kickoff return yards, including two kickoff-return TDs. Last season he became the workhouse RB, rushing for 1700 yards and 9 TDs. He has less than 500 career carries, where most RB prospects have 500 or more college carries, so he’s as fresh a RB prospect there is.



5’10 206 pounds

30.25 inch arms

9 3/8 inch hands

4.49 forty yard dash

41 inch vertical jump

132 inch broad jump

7.09 3 cone drill

4.12 20 yard shuttle

11.59 60 yard shuttle.

Projected Round: 2nd


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Topics: 2012 NFL Draft, Bengals, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Bengals, David Wilson, Free Agency, Front Office News, Jay Gruden, NFL, NFL Draft

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