2007-08 Game-by-Game Statistics
As a Sophomore
Wilson played in 13 games, averaging 1.8 ppg, 1.5 rpg in 7.1 mpg ... shot 52.9 percent (9-of-17) from the field ... started the year 8-of-11 (.727), but went just 1-of-6 in his last seven appearances ... scored a career-high six points in games against Towson and William & Mary ... was 3-of-3 from the field against Towson ... grabbed four rebounds in just 15 minutes against William & Mary, to go with his six points ... blocked his first career shot and dished out his first career assist against Lafayette. Also added three rebounds against the Leopards (Feb. 14) ... earned his second career start in the overtime win over Radford.
As a Freshman
Wilson appeared in nine games for head coach Billy Lange as a freshman, averaging 1.8 minutes per contest ... scored two points and grabbed three rebounds on the season ... earned his first career start in a homecoming against Texas-San Antonio at the AlamoDome. Wilson grew up 17 miles from San Antonio in Helotes, Texas ... scored two points against the Roadrunners on a pair of free throws ... grabbed two rebounds against Penn and one against NJIT.
Wilson lettered three times at O'Connor High School, graduating in 2006 ... was a two-time all-district selection, including a first-teamer in 2006 ... was the South San Antonio MVP in 2006 ... was all-region and a San Antonio All-Star ... averaged 19.4 ppg and 7.3 rpg during his senior year at O'Connor ... ranked No. 50 by TexasHoops.com in its final 2006 rankings ... played a prep season at NAPS in 2007, averaging about 10 points and eight rebounds a game ... was a member of the chess club as a high school freshman.
Full name is Bryan Jeremiah Wilson ... born on July 19, 1987, in Bastrop, Texas ... son of Bryan Wilson and Rebekah Herrick ... attended the same high school as Chicago White Sox relief pitcher, Boone Logan, and O'Connor boasts one of Texas' largest high school marching bands ... received recruiting interest from Texas State, Liberty, Wyoming and Youngstown State ... majoring in international relations.
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