For people who have watched Martez Wilson since the days he was one of the more highly-touted prep athletes from the Midwest (Chicago), the 2013 season marks Nick Perry Womens Jersey the first in which he will be playing the position that suits him the finest.
One of the more versatile athletes in the entire NFL, fans and pundits alike have only gotten see glimpses of what will potentially make Wilson one of the more impactful defenders on the Saints roster. For Wilson, the ups and downs and imperilment of football mimics the same path he has taken in life. A path, packersnflofficialstore.com/Authentic-Nick-Perry-Jersey at least football-wise, that will ultimately converge at the quarterback.
4.49 seconds is all the time I needed to make my own personal decision on where Martez Wilson would be the most effective going forward in the professional ranks. Going into the 2011 NFL Draft, the precedent was set with conversion guys like Aldon Smith (Missouri) and Von Miller (Texas A&M), using their versatility to laud them with high regard in relation to their respective draft status. Smith was thought to be a perfect fit for a 3-4 outside linebacker coming from a defensive end in a 4-3 defense. Likewise many thought the same for Miller, who was thought to be a top five pick making the conversion from a defensive end/stand up linebacker (Joker LB) in Texas A&M's versatile defensive scheme. Other conversion guys like Ryan Kerrigan (Purdue), and Akeem Ayers (UCLA), and Justin Houston (Georgia), were thought to be in the mix to be first round picks as well. But the player I was most interested in was Martez Wilson, middle linebacker for the University of Illinois.
Coming out of Simeon Career Academy in Chicago, some thought Wilson would be a top five pick whenever he decided to enter the draft. As a receiver, linebacker, and defensive end, Wilson garnered similar attention to fellow packersnflofficialstore.com classmate and '07 graduate Derrick Rose (2011 NBA MVP for the hometown Chicago Bulls). With 49 receptions for 1,005 yards (9 TD's) on offense, to go along with 240 tackles, 7 sacks, and 1 interception on defense, Wilson was a bonafide 5 star recruit, one of the top 10 recruits in the nation according to ESPN.
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