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Russell Wilson | 3

QB | Wisconsin | Seattle Seahawks
Ht: 5105c / 5' 11" | Wt: 206 | Upd: 04/28/2019

Vitals

Birth Date: 11/29/1988
Age: 31
Original Team: SEA
NFL Entry: 12 03 075
NFL Exp: 8
Depth Chart Key: 12/3
Team History: SEA

Player History

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Ourlads' Profile:

2012 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about RUSSELL WILSON: Wisconsin, 5105 203 4.55. Four-year starter. Three at North Carolina State and one at Wisconsin. Started a total of 50 games over career. Accurate and consistent outside the pocket. He is athletic, talented, confident, and poised. Plays well under pressure. A rhythm passer who has good anticipation and timing in his throws. The bottom line is he finds the open receiver. Was in sync with his Wisconsin receivers because he spent extra time with them before the game, throwing game day patterns. An alert, composed, and consistent competitor with body control and athletic feet. Consistently makes good on-the-field decisions. A clutch player who can play under center or in the shotgun. Dangerous on bootleg, play action, and waggle passes. Accurate on the run going left or right. Good pocket presence and sixth sense feel. Accurate passer short and medium with his feet under him. Plays in balance. Excellent fundamentals. He uses the whole field to attack a defense. Top notch field vision and awareness despite his shorter than ideal NFL quarterback height requirement. Has touch and feel for the passing game. Places the ball where the defender can’t get to it. A natural leader who was voted captain in his only year for the Badgers. Has a natural feel in the passing game and is instinctive enough to read a play as it develops. Led the nation in pass efficiency in 2011 with a 191.7% QB rating. The only thing Wilson is missing from being a sure-fire first round draft choice is two inches in height. He makes up for that with his high release. A team must be willing to play to his unique skill set that features an NFL arm and athletic ability. Drafted by the Colorado Rockies and played during the summer in their minor league affiliates. Can learn the most complex of offensive schemes. He has a high and quick release. Quickly processes information. 2011 stats: 225/309, 3175 passing yds, 72.8%, 33 TDs, 4 INTs. Ball velocity 55 mph. OSR:4/ 15. Second/third round. (A-31, H-10 1/4, SS-4.09, VJ-34).