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Brandon Wilson
S #40
Height:
5-11
Weight:
200
Age:
23
College:
Houston
Hometown:
Shreveport, La.
Experience:
R

Quick Stats (2017):

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Career Stats
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2017 CIN 8 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Recent Games
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10 @TEN L 20-24 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 @DEN W 20-17 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
12 CLE W 30-16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
13 PIT L 20-23 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
14 CHI L 7-33 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
15 @MIN L 7-34 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
16 DET W 26-17 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
17 @BAL W 31-27 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Bio

      The second of two Bengals sixth-round picks brings speed, versatility and playmaking ability to Bengals secondary ... Spent five years (one redshirt) in Houston program and saw extended action on offense (RB), defense (DB) and special teams (KOR) ... Bengals are expected to look at him as a S and nickel DB ... Developed reputation for having a nose for the end-zone, scoring eight career TDs in six different ways (two rushing, two kickoff returns, a missed FG return, a fumble return, an INT return and a blocked FG return) ... Made one of college football’s signature plays in 2016, when he returned a missed FG 109 yards for a TD vs. Oklahoma, helping key Cougars’ upset of No. 3 Sooners ... Ran a 4.35-second 40-yard dash at pro day workout, and had a 41-inch vertical leap.

      The second of two Bengals sixth-round picks brings speed, versatility and playmaking ability to Bengals secondary ... Spent five years (one redshirt) in Houston program and saw extended action on offense (RB), defense (DB) and special teams (KOR) ... Bengals are expected to look at him as a S and nickel DB ... Developed reputation for having a nose for the end-zone, scoring eight career TDs in six different ways (two rushing, two kickoff returns, a missed FG return, a fumble return, an INT return and a blocked FG return) ... Made one of college football’s signature plays in 2016, when he returned a missed FG 109 yards for a TD vs. Oklahoma, helping key Cougars’ upset of No. 3 Sooners ... Ran a 4.35-second 40-yard dash at pro day workout, and had a 41-inch vertical leap.

 

     Career transactions: Selected by Cincinnati in sixth round of 2017 NFL Draft (207th overall) ... Signed with Bengals on 5-15-17.

 

     Coach Robert Livingston says: “(Bengals secondary coach) Kevin Coyle came back (from his pro day workout) raving about him. We got to bring him into the building — got to talk to him and look him in the eye. He’s a really energetic, upbeat kid. He has played corner, he has played nickel, and he has played safety. He also played some running back at Houston. When it’s late in the draft, you have to jump at the chance to put a guy with that skill set on your team — a guy who has played both ways at a high level in a Division I program.”

 

     College highlights: Career defensive totals of 81 tackles, including 17 for losses, with four sacks, five pass breakups and three fumble recoveries ... Also had 44 kick returns for 1121 yards and two TDs ... Career offensive totals of 41 rushes for 194 yards (4.7) and two TDs, and 11 receptions for 101 yards ... Scored eight career TDs in six different ways (two rushing, two kickoff returns, a missed FG return, fumble return, INT return and blocked FG return). 2016—Played in 10 games, with nine starts at CB ... Totaled 43 tackles, including four for losses, with two sacks, one INT, five pass breakups and a forced fumble ... Was also team’s leading kick returner, totaling 510 yards on 21 returns ... Saw brief time on offense, with four carries for six yards and five catches for 52 yards ... Led Houston in tackles in upset win over Oklahoma, and returned a missed FG 109 yards for a TD ... Had five tackles, including a sack, in win vs. No. 3 Louisville ... Three tackles, including a 12-yard sack, along with a forced fumble and INT in win vs. Central Florida ... Two tackles and a 56-yard kickoff return in win at Cincinnati. 2015—College football’s only player to score multiple TDs in all three phases (two each on offense, defense and special teams) ... Played in 14 games, with 13 starts ... Played 12 games on defense and two at RB, due to injuries at the position ... Totaled 58 tackles, including two for losses, with two FFs, eight pass breakups, an INT and a FR ... On offense, totaled 37 rushes for 188 yards and two TDs, along with six catches for 49 yards ... Also had two kickoff returns for TDs ... Returned an INT 51 yards for a TD in win vs. Cincinnati ... Forced and recovered a fumble, and returned it 85 yards for a TD in win at Central Florida ... Had a 100-yard kickoff return for a TD in win at Louisville, as well as eight tackles on defense ... Recorded six tackles and a pass breakup at UConn, and had a 94-yard kickoff return for TD ... Switched to RB four days before game with Navy, and rushed for 111 yards and two TDs on 22 carries in win over Midshipmen ... Had 11 carries for 70 yards in American Athletic Conference Championship win vs. Temple ... Moved back to CB for Peach Bowl and recorded three tackles and a pass breakup in win over Florida State. 2014—Played in all 13 games, with eight starts at defensive back ... Totaled 33 tackles and one forced fumble. 2013—Played in 12 games as a reserve DB and special teams contributor ... Returned a blocked FG 78 yards for a TD in win at UTSA. 2012—Did not play (redshirt).

 

     High School: Attended Calvary Academy in Shreveport. La. ... Rushed for 1800 yards and 21 TDs as a senior, and totaled another 500 yards and six more scores receiving.

 

     Personal: Hometown is Shreveport, La. ... Sports administration major at Houston.

 

      The second of two Bengals sixth-round picks brings speed, versatility and playmaking ability to Bengals secondary ... Spent five years (one redshirt) in Houston program and saw extended action on offense (RB), defense (DB) and special teams (KOR) ... Bengals are expected to look at him as a S and nickel DB ... Developed reputation for having a nose for the end-zone, scoring eight career TDs in six different ways (two rushing, two kickoff returns, a missed FG return, a fumble return, an INT return and a blocked FG return) ... Made one of college football’s signature plays in 2016, when he returned a missed FG 109 yards for a TD vs. Oklahoma, helping key Cougars’ upset of No. 3 Sooners ... Ran a 4.35-second 40-yard dash at pro day workout, and had a 41-inch vertical leap.

 

     Career transactions: Selected by Cincinnati in sixth round of 2017 NFL Draft (207th overall) ... Signed with Bengals on 5-15-17.

 

     Coach Robert Livingston says: “(Bengals secondary coach) Kevin Coyle came back (from his pro day workout) raving about him. We got to bring him into the building — got to talk to him and look him in the eye. He’s a really energetic, upbeat kid. He has played corner, he has played nickel, and he has played safety. He also played some running back at Houston. When it’s late in the draft, you have to jump at the chance to put a guy with that skill set on your team — a guy who has played both ways at a high level in a Division I program.”

 

     College highlights: Career defensive totals of 81 tackles, including 17 for losses, with four sacks, five pass breakups and three fumble recoveries ... Also had 44 kick returns for 1121 yards and two TDs ... Career offensive totals of 41 rushes for 194 yards (4.7) and two TDs, and 11 receptions for 101 yards ... Scored eight career TDs in six different ways (two rushing, two kickoff returns, a missed FG return, fumble return, INT return and blocked FG return). 2016—Played in 10 games, with nine starts at CB ... Totaled 43 tackles, including four for losses, with two sacks, one INT, five pass breakups and a forced fumble ... Was also team’s leading kick returner, totaling 510 yards on 21 returns ... Saw brief time on offense, with four carries for six yards and five catches for 52 yards ... Led Houston in tackles in upset win over Oklahoma, and returned a missed FG 109 yards for a TD ... Had five tackles, including a sack, in win vs. No. 3 Louisville ... Three tackles, including a 12-yard sack, along with a forced fumble and INT in win vs. Central Florida ... Two tackles and a 56-yard kickoff return in win at Cincinnati. 2015—College football’s only player to score multiple TDs in all three phases (two each on offense, defense and special teams) ... Played in 14 games, with 13 starts ... Played 12 games on defense and two at RB, due to injuries at the position ... Totaled 58 tackles, including two for losses, with two FFs, eight pass breakups, an INT and a FR ... On offense, totaled 37 rushes for 188 yards and two TDs, along with six catches for 49 yards ... Also had two kickoff returns for TDs ... Returned an INT 51 yards for a TD in win vs. Cincinnati ... Forced and recovered a fumble, and returned it 85 yards for a TD in win at Central Florida ... Had a 100-yard kickoff return for a TD in win at Louisville, as well as eight tackles on defense ... Recorded six tackles and a pass breakup at UConn, and had a 94-yard kickoff return for TD ... Switched to RB four days before game with Navy, and rushed for 111 yards and two TDs on 22 carries in win over Midshipmen ... Had 11 carries for 70 yards in American Athletic Conference Championship win vs. Temple ... Moved back to CB for Peach Bowl and recorded three tackles and a pass breakup in win over Florida State. 2014—Played in all 13 games, with eight starts at defensive back ... Totaled 33 tackles and one forced fumble. 2013—Played in 12 games as a reserve DB and special teams contributor ... Returned a blocked FG 78 yards for a TD in win at UTSA. 2012—Did not play (redshirt).

 

     High School: Attended Calvary Academy in Shreveport. La. ... Rushed for 1800 yards and 21 TDs as a senior, and totaled another 500 yards and six more scores receiving.

 

     Personal: Hometown is Shreveport, La. ... Sports administration major at Houston.

 

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