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Garrett Wilson, Ohio State WR | NFL Draft Scouting Report

In our scouting report of Garrett Wilson, we analyze a player who may follow in the footsteps of other Ohio State WRs in the 2022 NFL Draft. There’s an expectation in Columbus. If you play wide receiver for the Ohio State Buckeyes, you’re expected to play in the NFL. It’s a simple cause-and-effect. Since 2012, 10 Buckeyes receivers have been selected in the NFL Draft, among them Michael Thomas, Terry McLaurin, and Curtis Samuel. Before them, Ohio State laid claim to stars like Ted Ginn Jr., Santonio Holmes, Terry Glenn, and Hall of Famer Cris Carter. Can Garrett Wilson carry the torch for Ohio State at WR? As Wilson’s NFL Draft scouting report details, he has an excellent chance.
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Never once did Garrett Wilson make it sound like he had a problem with shifting to slot receiver. Brian Hartline had visions of the smooth-moving, 6-foot ballhawk causing problems with his adept “spacial awareness,” so a year ago he made the unexpected decision to have Wilson move inside. It worked to the tune of the Texan recording 43 catches, 723 yards and six touchdowns in eight games last season to give him second-team All-American honors by the FWAA.
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CBS Sports: Garrett Wilson could wow scouts at future Pro Day

The 2021 NFL Draft is just a few weeks away, which means the individual player workouts known as Pro Days are in full swing on college campuses across the country. Since there was no NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis because of COVID-19, a draft prospect’s Pro Day is one of the few opportunities they have to impress in front of NFL scouts, coaches and front office personnel.
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2022 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report: Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State University

Born to Kenny and Candace Wilson has four brothers and one sister. Garrett Started playing football in second grade starting off as a QB before make the transition to WR after arriving to lake Travis. Garrett than made the transition to WR playing for Texas Historical powerhouse lake Travis. Then proceeded to earn Newcomer of the year and all State selections respectively. Working with Mike Davis his personal trainer in high school and Head Coach Hank Carter who first discovered the kid in 6th Grade. Garrett is a prodigy and earned a five star rating according to 247 sports rankings the number 2 WR in 2019 recruitment cycle.
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Jaxon Smith-Njigba Will Look For A Sophomore Surge Much Like Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson in Previous Years

Chris Olave did it in 2019. Garrett Wilson followed suit in 2020. In the nation's most loaded wide receiver room, it's going to be difficult for some five-star caliber players to see the field. Brian Hartline has an absurd amount of weapons at his disposal as the Buckeyes have added three more talented wideouts to a room that was already the deepest in the country. The unexpected return of Chris Olave is great news for Ohio State's next quarterback, but it also presents even more of a challenge for the young wideouts.
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Garrett Wilson: 2021 Devy Profile

PAST PRODUCTION (COLLEGE STATS) In his true freshman season, Wilson caught 26 passes for 385 yards and five TDs. Within the context of the Ohio State offense, he accounted for 11.4% of their receiving yardage and 10.6% of their receiving scoring. This equates to an 11.0% dominator rating and an 11.3% adjusted dominator rating. Wilson also averaged 1.07 yards per team pass attempt. While these figures do not surpass the 25% dominator rating threshold for a true breakout.
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Shaun Wade shares what it was like facing Ohio State's duo of Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson during practice

Shaun Wade is prepping for April’s NFL Draft, and he recently sat down with Pro Football Focus to discuss his time in college. Among other things, Wade was asked about the task he faced during practice as a part of Ohio State’s defense. During his time with the Buckeyes, Wade went up against some of the best, including Terry McLaurin, Chris Olave, and Garrett Wilson.
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Pro Football Focus tabs Ohio State's Chris Olave, Garrett Wilson as top WR tandem

Good luck, B1G defensive backs. There’s no doubt that Ohio State has always been able to land some of the top wide receivers in the game. The combination of athleticism, speed, size and catching ability typically sets the Buckeyes apart from other teams at the position. That’s going to be especially true during the 2021 season.