88 D.J. Wilson
88 D.J. Wilson
Height: 6-4
Weight: 205
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Houston, Texas
High School: Vermont Academy (Vt.)
Position: TE/P
Major: Business Management

Career

  • played in 32 games
  • tallied 13 career receptions for 132 yards and three touchdowns
  • ranks 13th among Guilford's career leaders in punting average (34.4)

2011

  • averaged 32.9 yards per kick on 36 punts
  • played in all 10 games, starting one
  • had a long kick of 53 yards and put six kicks inside the opponents' 20-yard line
  • had one reception for nine yards, which was a touchdown against Hampden-Sydney College

2010

  • played in all 10 of the Quakers' games, starting all 10 at punter and one at receiver
  • kicked 45 times for 1550 yards, with a long punt of 60 yards
  • his 34.4-yard average ranked sixth in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC)
  • had four punts that landed inside the 20-yard line
  • caught 10 balls for 110 yards and two touchdowns
  • best game of the season came against Catholic University on Nov. 6, his only start at wide receiver this year, when he caught one pass for a 30-yard touchdown
  • caught his first college score against league champion Washington and Lee University Oct. 2

2009

  • ranked fourth in the ODAC in average punting yards (35.79) with the seventh-best season average in school history
  • his longest punt of 71 yards against Hampden-Sydney was a league high

2008

  • contributed in all five of the Quakers' junior varsity games
  • later earned a spot on the varsity team as a reserve receiver and punter
  • punted seven times in Guilford's finale at Emory & Henry
  • averaged 31.7 yards per kick

Personal

  • two time member of the Academic All-ODAC team
  • five-time member of Guilford's Student-Athlete Honor Roll
  • lettered at Vermont Academy for coach John Visconti as a receiver, defensive back and punter
  • led the team in receptions, touchdowns and receiving yards in 2007
  • earned first team all-state recognition
  • also lettered in basketball and was an All-Evergreen League golfer
  • his uncle, Robert Wilson, played with the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League
  • son of Don and Karen Wilson
  • accounting minor
  • dean's list student