Tyree Wilson NFL Draft
Tyree Wilson will be among the top-edge rushers picks of the 2023 NFL Draft. This scouting report is from Justin Caballero of Digging in the Trenches.
2023 NFL Draft: Tyree Wilson
Caballero describes Wilson as having a high football IQ to go along with a good combination of power and speed. Which is the makings of a player that can excel at the next level. He passes the eye test when Caballero was scouting him.
Wilson began his college football days at Texas A&M prior to transferring to Texas Tech.
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The Prospect Sheet
Coming out of high school, Wilson had offers from Texas A&M, Florida, and others. He chose Texas A&M but his path to the high NFL Draft prospect status started after he transferred to Texas Tech. He finished with 17 sacks and 32 tackles for a loss in his collegiate career. Caballero likes how Tyree Wilson uses his height to gain some pad leverage on the opposing OL. He is 6’6″ and weighs around 275 pounds.
Caballero describes this edge rusher as a prospect that can get the job done with his hand on the ground or standing up. Wilson is often described as a “tweener” in scouting circles. Caballero notes that Wilson has long arms that he uses to his advantage. Tyree has strong hands with a good punch.
Overall, Carbellero describes Wilson as an intriguing prospect with a high ceiling.
Strengths for Tyree Wilson
- Excellent hand placement
- Needs some refinement
- Needs work on setting the edge
- Use his speed more to be quicker on the next level (NFL)
Caballero’s unedited notes while scouting: