November 10, 2012; Columbia, SC, USA; Arkansas Razorbacks quarterback Tyler Wilson (8) looks to pass against the South Carolina Gamecocks in the second half at Williams-Brice Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Blake-US PRESSWIRE

Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas Razorbacks: 2013 NFL Draft Player Profile

Height:  6’3″ 

Weight:  220 pounds

Position Rank:  4th

Drafted By: 

40 Yard Dash:  N/A

Bench Press:  N/A

Vertical Jump:  N/A

Broad Jump:  N/A

20-Yard Shuttle: N/A


Career Stats


2012 249 401 3387 62.1 8.45 80 21 13 14 143.8
2011 277 438 3638 63.2 8.31 68 24 6 26 148.4
2010 34 51 453 66.7 8.88 54 4 3 3 155.4
2009 22 36 218 61.1 6.06 21 2 2 0 119.2
2008 11 22 69 50.0 3.14 10 1 2 3 73.2

Scouting Report/Player Notes


Wilson is looking early on like one of the best quarterback prospects in the entire country heading into 2012. He broke out in 2011 after replacing Ryan Mallett as the starting quarterback for the Razorbacks, and he did not disappoint. He finished the season with 3,638 yards, 24 touchdowns, and only six interceptions. 2012 will be a true test for Wilson, as he will be starting up a new offense and an almost entirely new group of receivers for the 2012 season. What you have to like about Wilson and a big reason why he is considered to be a top 20 prospect heading into this year are his strong arm and his toughness on the field. He is also a pretty solid athlete who could be even more productive in 2012.

2011 Notes:


Has a very good arm that can make all of the throws in the N.F.L….has plus ball placement and can put the ball into tight windows…mobile in the pocket, doesn’t rush for a lot of yards…Very tough quarterback, he gets knocked around but keeps throwing…Has pretty good accuracy…Has franchise Quarterback potential


Needs to improve his mechanics a bit when he’s rolling out of the pocket…needs to improve his pocket presence and decision making (bit of a gun slinger and doesn’t get rid off the ball well enough against the blitz)…recieved a medical hardship in 2008

Wilson needs some refinement, he doesn’t maintain consistent mechanics when he’s on the move, but he has a  really plus arm to make all the throws. He also does a good job of making plays with pressure in his face and is tough as nails.

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