- Previous Team: Virginia Tech
New York Giants
- Experience: 2 yrs.
- Age: 22
1/6/2012: Announces he will skip his senior season and enter the 2012 NFL Draft
11/30/2011: Named ACC Player of the Year for 2011
7/6/2009: David Wilson enrollment at Virginia Tech
2/4/2009: David Wilson letter of intent to Virginia Tech
1/30/2009: David Wilson official visit to Virginia Tech
7/18/2008: David Wilson commitment to Virginia Tech
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COLLEGE: 2011: 2011 Second-Team All-American by The Associated Press and CBSSports.com...2011 Honorable Mention All-American by SI.com
2011 ACC Overall and Offensive Player of the Year ... 2011 First-Team All-ACC A second-team All-American as selected by The Associated Press … The ACC Overall and Offensive Player of the Year ... A unanimous first-team All-ACC selection at running back ... Won the Dudley Award, given to the state's top Division I football player ... Started all 14 games ... Played over 700 snaps on offense and 51 on special teams ... Rushed for a school-record 1,709 yards on 290 carries (5.9 yards per carry) and nine TDs, for an average of 122.1 rushing yards per game ... Posted a streak seven straight 100-plus yard rushing games (the most under Frank Beamer) and had 10 total 100-plus yard rushing games on the season ... The 10 100-plus yard rushing games tied the ACC single season record set by Tech's Ryan Williams in 2009 ... Also caught 21 passes for 126 yards and a score ... Led team with 22 kickoff returns for 415 yards ... Totaled 2,253 all-purpose yards ... 2010: Played in 13 games … Rushed 113 times for 619 yards and five touchdowns … Had 15 pass receptions for 234 yards and four TDs … Averaged 26.5 yards on 22 kickoff returns, scoring a school season record two TDs … Missed the UNC game with mononucleosis … Was an Iron Hokie in off-season testing, posting a 445-pound front squat, a 40 1/2-inch vertical jump and a team-best 4.29 time in the 40 … Finished third in the triple-jump at the ACC Indoor Track & Field Championships … Split between football and track during the spring … Ran for 76 yards and three touchdowns on eight carries during the Hokies’ fourth spring scrimmage … Did not play in the Maroon-White game due to his participation in the ACC Outdoor Track & Field Championships, where he placed second in the triple jump and qualified for the NCAA Nationals … Placed sixth in the event at the NCAA Outdoor Championships … Named to the 2010-11 ACC Academic Honor Roll.2009: Played in every game as a true freshman … Was fourth on the team in rushing with 334 yards on 59 carries … Had 17 kickoff returns for 325 yards, an average of 19.1 yards per return … Earned Iron Hokie status during off-season testing … Tied for the fastest 40 time on the team at 4.29 and tied for the second-fastest time in the NFL Shuttle at 3.93 … Finished fourth in the triple jump at both the ACC Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field Championships … Split time between football and track during the spring … Rushed 18 times for 81 yards during four scrimmages … Had the longest run from scrimmage in the Maroon-White with a 16-yard carry. HIGH SCHOOL: An All-American for Coach Dan Newell … Selected to play for USA Football’s 2009 Junior National Team, which competed in the sport’s first junior world championship in the summer of 2009 … Named the Gatorade Player of the Year in Virginia … One of 50 national winners of the Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year honors … Rushed for 2,291 yards and 35 touchdowns – both school records – his senior season … Rushed for more than 300 yards in a game twice … Earned first-team All-Group AAA honors by The Associated Press as a running back … A first-team all-district and all-region player … Rushed for 47 yards on 13 carries, and caught two passes for 50 more, scoring two touchdowns in the Hawaii/Polynesia Mainland Bowl in December of 2008, earning MVP honors … Placed first at the Nike Indoor Nationals for the triple jump. PERSONAL: David Emmanuel Wilson … Born in Danville, VA … Son of Dwight and Shelia Wilson … Majoring in history.
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