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Roman Wilson

Roman Wilson (WR) – Michigan / Senior

5’10-3/4″, 185 Lbs. (Combine)

2022 Stats: 12 Games, 25 Rec, 376 YDS, 15 YPR, 4 TD

2023 Stats: 15 Games, 48 Rec, 789 YDS, 16.4 YPR, 12 TD


Awards:  2023 First Team All-American (AP); SEC #1 INTs (2023); SEC #2 Pass Defended (2023)

Measurables (Combine):

Hand Arm Wing
9-3/8″ 30-3/8″ 72-1/2″
40-Dash 10-Split Vertical Broad 3-Cone 20-Shuttle Bench
4.39 sec 1.52 sec *** *** *** *** ***

RAS: (Available post-combine/pro day)

Games Watched: 2023 vs. Rutgers, 2023 vs. Purdue


Wilson is a dependable WR, showing the knack to find space when the QB has broken outside of the pocket and is looking down field for a target. Great feet/body control at the LOS, does a great job of avoiding press/releasing cleanly. Explosive athlete, came in at #73 on Bruce Feldman’s Freaks List in August (4.33 40, 6.20 3 cone, 3.77 shuttle). Dangerous in 1 on 1 situations, great footskills/agility and the explosiveness to separate once he’s gotten the defender out of position. Smooth/Lightning quick in and out of his breaks. Wilson has strong hands, only dropping 3 passes over the last 2 seasons.


Size & frame, though Wilson has shown toughness and the ability to avoid contact, I worry about him holding up at the next level if given a larger percentage of the offensive touches than he did in college. I believe Wilson will be limited to a role as a slot receiver. Wilson doesn’t provide much in the run game as a blocker. Though Wilson has the ability to run away from defenders in YAC situations, he does not show the ability to consistently break tackles and be a threat in this area. Will be 23 during his rookie season.


Wilson was given limited opportunities to showcase his abilities while in the Michigan offense but regularly flashed when given the chance. Roman arrived in Mobile for the Reese’s Senior Bowl and proved he deserves to be mentioned with some of the top names in this receiving class. Wilson absolutely tore up defenders at the Reese’s Senior Bowl and is an ascending prospect who has likely put himself in the 2nd/3rd round conversation. Jim Nagy, the director of the Senior Bowl, compared Wilson to Tyler Lockett. If Lockett is Wilson’s ceiling, sign me up!

Completed by: @coachschepps, 02/16/24

Reviewed & edited: J. Clark, 02/16/24





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