11 - Marcus Wilson
Marcus Wilson
Height: 6-3
Weight: 205
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Pennsauken, N.J.
High School: Camden Catholic
Position: FS
Major: Sports Management

 

2010 (Senior):  Team captain.

2009 (Junior): Earned All-ECAC and All-ACFC at defenivse back...an excellent tackler was 2nd on the team with 45 solo tackles...extremely versitle saw time at OLB and Corner last season...Team's best cover man...had four Int's...took one Interception to the endzone versus Newport News...Sealed the Wolverines Undefeated Season when he stepped in front of a Ohio Dominican pass ansd intercepted it with less than a minute to play last game of the season...11 passes broken up...QB Sack and a forced Fumble vs. Salisbury...Team Captain.

2008 (Sophomore): All-ACFC Second Team...Academic All-ACFC...Led Wolverine defense with 11 pass break ups...Blocked two field goals vs. Delaware Valley...Led team with nine tackles and a 56 yard interception return vs. Muhlenberg in the NCAA Playoffs...Totaled 41 tackles...2.5 TFL...Two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.

2006 (Freshman): Played at Division I-FBS Iowa...In 2006, Next Man In Award, defense...Saw action in 41-7 season-opening win as defense held Montana to 10 net yards rushing and 144 yards total offense...Recorded one solo tackle vs. Montana in first action of career...Saw action on special teams in double overtime win at Syracuse, but had no statistics...Saw action in win over Iowa State, but had no statistics...Saw action in win at Illinois, recording one solo tackle...Saw most extensive action of the season in loss to top-ranked Ohio State...Recorded one solo tackle and six assists vs. Ohio State...Started at free safety in win over Purdue for first career start...Recorded four solo tackles and two assisted tackles vs. Purdue, along with first career interception and six yard return...Started at free safety in loss at Indiana...Recorded one solo tackle vs. Indiana and had 20-yard fumble return in the first period to set up Iowa's first touchdown...Saw action in loss at Michigan, recording one pass break-up...Saw action in win over Northern Illinois, but had no statistics...Saw action in loss to Northwestern, recording one solo tackle...Saw action in loss to Wisconsin, but had no statistics...Saw action in loss at Minnesota, recording two solo tackles and one assisted tackle...Saw action vs. Texas in Alamo Bowl, recording one solo tackle...Redshirted in 2005.

High School: Earned pre- and post-season All-Region recognition by Prep Star Magazine...named to Philadelphia Inquirer all-Area first team as a senior...first team All-South Jersey as a wide receiver as a senior and second team selection on defense as a junior...named to first team All-Parochial team as well...first team all-conference wide receiver as a senior and junior...second team all-conference defensive back as a sophomore...member of prep team that won three straight conference titles...helped team finish as state runner-up as a junior...team captain as a senior...career totals include 73 receptions for 1,573 yards and 16 touchdowns, along with 15 rushing attempts for 150 yards and three scores...recorded 163 career tackles on defense, with 14 interceptions and two touchdowns...gained 810 receiving yards on 34 receptions as a senior, scoring nine touchdowns...on defense as a senior, recorded 45 tackles and four interceptions, while scoring on one punt return and one fumble return...38 receptions for 740 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior, along with 80 tackles and six interceptions on defense...earned four letters in football...also competed in track and field in long jump and sprint events.

Personal: Born 3/26/87...mother is Diane Wilson...nephew of Iowa linebacker Coach Darrell Wilson...high school coach was Dennis Scuderi.