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After a redshirt season, Wilson was a 14-game starter and Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year (94 tackles, 7.5 for loss, three sacks, three interceptions, and four pass breakups). He was even more productive as a sophomore, garnering second-team all-conference accolades with a team-high 119 tackles , eight for loss, one interception, and two forced fumbles in 13 starts. Wilson led his squad in tackles again in 2018 (103) as well as tackles for loss (11) while intercepting two passes and breaking up two others on his way to honorable mention All-MWC honors. He was a first-team all-conference pick as a senior and was also named third-team Associated Press All-American for his efforts (104 tackles, 9.5 for loss, one sack, three interceptions, six pass breakups in 13 starts).
The Intangible, Small-Town Spirit Logan Wilson Is Bringing To Cincinnati
Logan Wilson, the Bengals' third round pick out of Wyoming hopes to turn heads in the NFL with a level of commitment he developed from his childhood back in Casper. It's the small town values of hard work, discipline and character that have helped Wilson emerge from the virtual unknown to a top NFL prospect.
Bengals Raft of 'A' Draft Grades Courtesy of Captain's 'C'
The Joe Burrow Draft is in the books and fittingly it seems to be as much about intelligence and intangibles as much as it is innate physical talent. They'll have to start calling Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin "Captain Obvious." After Burrow, they drafted five more captains and, naturally, the last one, Purdue linebacker Markus Bailey, is a co-captain pursuing his master's in leadership to end a draft CBS made them the big winner, and The Sporting News gave them an A-plus while USA Today, Sports Illustrated and SB Nation all weighed in at A-minus.
5 Things To Know About Logan Wilson
After focusing on the offense with their first two picks of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Bengals addressed the defensive side of the ball selecting linebacker Logan Wilson from Wyoming. A three-year captain, Wilson is the type of player that embodies what Bengals Head Coach Zac Taylor is seeking on-and-off the field.