2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CEDRICK WILSON: Boise State, 6022 197 4.56. Started 19 games for the Broncos. From Memphis, TN. A former high school quarterback and transfer from Coffeyville Junior College. A good sized inside and outside receiver who was used in a variety of ways. He is the son of Cedrick Wilson Sr., a former NFL player. Has playmaking ability to his game everywhere. Good set of strong hands and is a natural hands catcher. He is a good route runner on all three levels. He has route savviness to him, creates separation with speed change in his routes and use of good stems. Uses his body lean to shield off defenders on the route, making a lot of successful catches in tight spaces. Adjusts while the ball is in the air with his extra gear. Good ability after the catch to break tackles in the open field. Wilson was successful running jet sweeps and reverses in the open field. Has some ability as a kick and punt returner. Does lack elite top end acceleration. Doesn’t create space for the quarterback to see separation on deep routes. Runs a little high and upright at times, exposing his chest to the defensive back. Has problems with aggressive press man coverage, getting his route timing thrown off. He is a good-sized, talented, instinctual playmaking prospect. 2017 stats: 83-1511, 18.2 ypr, 7 TD, 18-465 KOR, 25.8 avg. OSR:14/45. Fourth/fifth round. (A-31 1/2, H-9 3/4, VJ-37, SS-4.23).