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2015 NFL DRAFT

James Wilson, OG

School: Florida  |  Conference: SEC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: St Augustine, FL
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 331 lbs.
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08/07/2012 - James Wilson was a consensus five-star recruit coming out of Nease High School in 2007. His career disrupted by multiple knee injuries and weight issues, Wilson found himself beginning last season in a position no redshirt senior wants to be - the scout team. UF coach Will Muschamp, then in his first year, was resigned to letting Wilson finish out his career in underwhelming fashion. Then Wilson finally got healthy, in shape and mentally woke up. "We had to be able to get him in a functional way to play football," Muschamp said. "He started last year on scout team. He wasn't working with the offense in game week." Wilson realized his career was coming to a close and he didn't like the mark he was set to leave behind. Five years, five career starts. "I didn't feel I was helping the team as much as I could," Wilson said. "Then I felt I made strides, my lower-body strength got a lot better. My attention to detail was sharper and knowing my assignments." His goal became clear. Play well enough to convince Muschamp that he deserved the chance at applying for a sixth year of eligibility. Wilson, who redshirted his first year on campus, missed the final 10 games of the 2010 season with a left knee injury, leaving the possibility of acquiring a sixth year open. "It's up to the coaches if they want you back for a sixth year," Wilson said. "Toward the end of the season, that was my main goal. I had to show the coaches day in and day out at all practices how much I really wanted it and how I can help the Gators." - Hays Carlyon, The Florida Times Union

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