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Cedrick Wilson
Cedrick  Wilson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Memphis, Tenn.

Last College:
Coffeyville CC

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 188

Position:
WR

Major:
Communication

04/28/2018

Wilson Tabbed By Dallas

Cedrick Wilson drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the sixth round of the NFL Draft

04/11/2018

Four Broncos Honored By NFF

Hampton, Perez, Wilson, Wolpin named to Hampshire Honor Society

03/30/2018

Pro Day Set for Tuesday

Boise State will be providing a live stream of the event beginning at 11:45 a.m.

03/21/2018

Boise State Has 73 Named Academic All-MW

Boise State Athletics sets department record with 73 student-athletes named to 2017 Fall Academic All-Mountain West Team

03/02/2018

Vander Esch, Wilson Ready For NFL Combine

Former Broncos will take part in the NFL Combine this weekend in Indianapolis

12/16/2017

Boise State vs. Oregon

Photos from Boise State football vs. Oregon - Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017

12/02/2017

Boise State vs. Fresno State

Photos from Boise State football vs. Fresno State - Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017

11/25/2017

Boise State vs. Fresno State

Photos from Boise State football vs. Fresno State - Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

11/19/2017

Boise State vs. Air Force

MW Showdown

11/12/2017

Boise State Tops Colorado State

Improve to 6-0 in MW Play

  • Biletnikoff Award Watch List (2017)
  • Paul Hornung Award Watch List (2017)
  • All-Mountain West First Team (2017)
  • All-Mountain West Honorable Mention (2016)
  • Las Vegas Bowl MVP (2017)
  • 2x Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll (Oct. 3, 2016; Nov. 6, 2017)
  • 2x Academic All-Mountain West (2016-17)
  • BOISE STATE CAREER
    SENIOR (2017): Named to the All-Mountain West First Team...appeared in all 14 games, making 13 starts...finished second in the country and led the Mountain West with a Boise State single-season record 1,511 receiving yards...ranked second in the Mountain West with 83 receptions, with seven going for touchdowns, also ranked second in kick-return average (25.8 ypr)...completed 2-of-3 passes for 46 yards...made four catches for 65 yards, and returned a kickoff for 55 yards against Troy (Sept. 2)...tied his career high with nine receptions at Washington State, going for 147 yards and two touchdowns (Sept. 9)...caught three passes for 64 yards against New Mexico (Sept. 14)...set career highs in receptions (13) and receiving yards (209) while adding a touchdown against Virginia (Sept. 22)...caught three passes for 43 yards at BYU (Oct. 6)...had two receptions for 60 yards at San Diego State (Oct. 14)...caught five passes for 66 yards, including one touchdown. Also collected 99 yards on three kickoff returns, with a long of 38 vs. Wyoming (Oct. 21)...Caught six passes for 94 yards with one touchdown at Utah State (Oct. 28)...Led the Broncos with five catches for 80 yards, including one touchdown vs. Nevada (Nov. 4). Also was 2-for-2 in passing, tallying a total of 46 yards, with a long pass of 31 yards to Cozart...Made three catches for 73 total yards, with a long of 48 yards at Colorado State (Nov. 11). Recovered the onside kick attempted with 1:40 left on the clock in the fourth quarter, getting the Broncos the ball and they would drive to tie the game...Collected 107 receiving yards on five catches with a long of 39 vs. Air Force (Nov. 18)...Had seven catches for 134 yards in a loss at Fresno State (Nov. 25)...Finished with a team-high 148 passing yards on eight catches with a long of 59 in victory over Fresno State in the MW Championship Game (Dec. 2)...was named Las Vegas Bowl MVP after catching 10 passes for 221 yards and a touchdown in the win over Oregon (Dec. 16).   

    JUNIOR (2016): All-Mountain West Honorable Mention...appeared in all 13 games, making five starts...finished the season with 56 catches for 1,129 yards and team-high 11 touchdowns...ranked in the Mountain West top 10 in touchdown catches (third), receiving yards per game (86.8 - fourth) and receptions per game (4.3 - ninth)...also went 2-for-2 passing for 84 yards and a touchdown during the season...caught seven passes for 113 yards and a touchdown in his Bronco debut at Louisiana (Sept. 3)...had three catches for 85 yards against Washington State (Sept. 10)...caught two balls for 21 yards and completed a pass for 23 yards at Oregon State (Sept. 24)...threw a 61-yard touchdown pass, caught two balls for 46 yards and a touchdown against Utah State (Oct. 1)...set career highs in catches (nine), receiving yards (167) and touchdown catches (three) at New Mexico (Oct. 7)...caught four balls for 68 yards and a touchdown against BYU (Oct. 20)...had four catches for 84 yards at Wyoming (Oct. 29)...caught six passes for 102 yards and two touchdowns against San Jose State (Nov. 4)...posted his fourth 100-yard receiving game of the season with seven catches for 141 yards and a touchdown at Hawai'i (Nov. 12)...returned a punt 73 yards, had a kickoff return for 44 yards and caught two passes for 21 yards against UNLV (Nov. 18)...caught four passes for a career-high 193 yards and a touchdown at Air Force (Nov. 25)...caught six passes for 88 yards and a touchdown against Baylor (Dec. 27).

    COFFEYVILLE CAREER
    SOPHOMORE (2015): Named an NJCAA All-American after ranking third nationally and leading the Jayhawk Conference with 116.1 receiving yards per game...caught 66 passes and racked up 1,045 receiving yards, the second-highest season yardage total in school history...topped the conference and ranked fourth in the nation with 17 touchdown receptions.

    FRESHMAN (2014): Caught 10 touchdowns and posted 629 receiving yards for the Red Ravens to earn all-conference honors.

    HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
    Quarterbacked the Spartans to the 6A state semifinals his senior season (2013)...named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association 6A All-State Team and 16-AAA All-District Second Team following his senior season...Wilson's father, Cedrick Wilson, Sr., played seven seasons in the NFL, spending time with the San Francisco 49ers (2001-04) and Pittsburgh Steelers (2005-07)...the elder Wilson caught 178 passes for 2,365 yards and eight touchdowns during his pro career, and earned a Super Bowl ring with the Steelers in 2005.

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