On-field experience on the collegiate level is unbeatable when a player joins a program.
Being named an All-American on the Junior College level and have a father who played a number of seasons in the NFL also helps the leadership that player brings to a team.
Cedrick Wilson Jr. joined Boise State at the start of the Spring semester in January 2016.
The 6-foot-3, 190 pound wide receiver joins the Broncos after a successful career at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College.
— HASANI (@cedwilson95) December 17, 2015
Wilson was named to the 2015 NJCAA All-American Second team after ranking third nationally averaging 116.1 yards per game. He finished the year with 66 catches for 1,045 yards and 17 touchdowns in his sophomore season.
Wilson’s father, Cedrick Wilson Sr., played wide receiver for the University of Tennessee before being drafted in the sixth round in 2001. Wilson played for seven seasons with the 49ers and Steelers, winning Super Bowl XL with Pittsburgh.
Wilson will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Broncos.