2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about MARCO WILSON: Florida, 6000 191 4.35. Redshirt junior entry, four year starter, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Wilson missed all but two games in 2018 with an injury. Younger brother of former Gator Quincy Wilson. Wilson has played both outside and as a nickel in the Florida scheme. Lengthy prospect he played mostly off coverage in both zone and man. Shows a fluid pedal with quick transitions. Normally maintains cushion and times turn and run to stay in phase. As a zone corner gets quickly into a lateral run and can process route combinations to balance multiple routes. At his best as a nickel corner he plays the throwing lane in flat coverage versus high/low routes creating a difficult read for quarterbacks. Quick to break on short throws he tackles well in space rarely allowing yards after contact. Has been productive as an outside blitzer with several plays at the line or for a loss. Used to collision and run as part of the scheme when he gets his hands on, his length disrupts vertical releases. He shows the speed to run with vertical routes. Length helps in recovery mode. In run support he will hesitate at times and miss a tackle. Has flashed ball skills but has not been productive playing the ball. Wilson shows solid movement skills for a corner but has been inconsistent playing outside. Has promise in sub packages and can make a team as a third or fourth corner. 2020 stats: 33 T, 4 PBU, 1 FR. Second/third round. (A-30 3/4, H-9 5/8, VJ-43.5, SS-4.09).