The Alabama product fell surprisingly far for someone who was considered by some to be the best middle linebacker prospect after Devin White and Devin Bush. Wilson was a three-year player for the Crimson Tide who took over a starting role as a junior and responded with 71 tackles and 5.0 tackles for loss. The combine didn't do Wilson any favors, though. He measured in with a below-average frame for a middle linebacker and his jumps were middling as well. Even with those limitations, Wilson is closer to a third-round talent than a mid-fifth talent, so this is a strong value pick for the Browns.