As Schad noted on ESPN College Football Live, Wilson is "seriously considering" the draft. Wilson completed 63 percent of his passes as a junior, for 3,638 yards and 24 touchdowns.
If he decides to go pro, Wilson could be the third quarterback selected after Stanford's Andrew Luck and Baylor's Robert Griffin III and could be a first-round pick. Wilson rarely throws bad passes, gets get ball placement, has a strong arm. He showed his toughness throughout the season, his first as a starter replacing Ryan Mallett. Wilson is still learning to pick up blitzes, changing his protection and readjusting himself in the pocket. His throwing mechanics may also need to be tweaked some, as he tends to drop the ball down at times.