Status: He picked up an Ohio State offer last June, but it might be tough to pull him out of Florida. He put Florida among his original top schools, and though he doesn't have an official list right now, he likes the Gators along with Clemson and UCLA.
ESPN.com ranking: While Wilson is not an ESPN 150 junior right now, he's not that far off. ESPN ranked him as the 11th-best safety in the nation (the top eight safeties are among the ESPN 150). He is ranked No. 38 in the state of Florida and currently has more than 25 offers from BCS programs. Included in that list are offers from six Southeastern Conference schools and seven Big Ten programs.
Numbers game: In leading the Suns to an undefeated season and state crown, Wilson recorded 34 tackles, six pass deflections and an interception.
What has caught Ohio State’s eye: Versatility, as Wilson can play cornerback and safety. With a great combination of size, strength and speed, he is a perfect fit at the next level. His frame already makes him attractive for the college level, but it's his physicality that sets him apart. He can match up one-on-one at the line if need be but is much better playing center field. His length rarely has him out of any play, as does his solid footing and great range.
What he has said about the Buckeyes: "It's great to get an Ohio State offer. I'm very interested in them, and I want to learn more about what they have to offer."