Ramik Wilson is an inside linebacker for the University of Georgia Bulldogs of the Southeastern Conference. He was named to Phil Steele’s 2014 preseason All-American first team.
Wilson attended Jefferson High School in Tampa, Florida. He was named a four-star prospect by Rivals.com and ESPN.com, meanwhile Scout.com ranked Wilson as the #27 outside linebacker in the country. He served as an inside linebacker on defense, a tight end on offense and he also handled the team’s punting duties. Wilson tallied 90 tackles as a senior along with 18 sacks and six forced fumbles. On offense he recorded five touchdown receptions.
As a true freshman at Georgia in 2011 Wilson saw limited action, appearing in eight games and notching four tackles. He earned more playing time in 2012, appearing in 10 games and recording six tackles and a forced fumble. His forced fumble came against Alabama in the SEC Championship Game.
Wilson emerged as a star in 2013 as he started in 12 games led the conference in tackles with 133. He is the third Georgia player in program history to lead the SEC in tackles. The Associated Press named Wilson to their All-SEC first-team and the coaches honored him with a first-team All-SEC selection as well. Phil Steele selected Wilson as first-team All-SEC member and a third-team All-American. Wilson recorded four sacks and 12 tackles for loss in 2013 and enters the 2014 season as one of the nation’s top NFL draft prospects.
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