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Video: Jack Wilson's kicking prowess

Posted on: January 3, 2012 4:57 pm
By C. Trent Rosecrans

As a University of Georgia graduate, I know how important a good kicker is -- so with that, I sure hope Jack Wilson has some eligibility left. The free-agent shortstop could always go back to school after 11 years in the big leagues, and maybe even earn a scholarship.

Check out this video of Wilson's kicking prowess:

Several failed baseball players have gone back to school to play football after their baseball careers fizzled, guys like Chris Weinke, Josh Booty, Quincy Carter and Quan Cosby, so why not a guy who has already earned more than $40 million playing baseball? Hey Mark Richt, make the right call this time, and see if Wilson wants to stay in Georgia for the next four years.

H/T: Big League Stew


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Since: Jan 4, 2012
Posted on: January 4, 2012 6:41 pm

Video: Jack Wilson's kicking prowess

Actually Jack was a great kicker at Thousand Oaks High School and probably could of made it to the pros if he took that path. He once kicked a
52 yard field goal. 
He credits soccer with his fantastic foot work in Baseball. He has also has a few "Perfect Games" in bowling  Just a great natural athalete in any sport.
How many Major League Baseball players have gone into pro football?


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