Tyree Wilson



Necksnation: A potential top 5 pick, Tyree Wilson has the size, strength, and technique to be an instant impact player at the next level. Wilson is entering the draft coming off of back to back stellar seasons at Texas Tech, with a combined 27.5 tackles for loss and 14 sacks over the past two years. Able to play on the interior defensive line or on the edge, Wilson has positional versatility that can make him a matchup nightmare if used properly, but it also creates questions about where he fits best. Personally, I feel like he might play better on the interior, as his speed raises questions about his ability to be an edge rusher. However, he is absolutely capable of playing anywhere on the defensive line, and overall his versatility should be viewed as a positive trait. While he isn't the most athletic player, he has a large frame and great length, and he should be fairly pro ready. As for when he might be selected, Wilson is emerging as the potential second lineman taken given the legal troubles of Jalen Carter in a very strong DL class. He should be an immediately effective lineman in the NFL, and while his upside is somewhat limited because of his lack of elite speed, he should be a standout player for an NFL team sooner rather than later.


Rank 15
Round Top 15
Name Tyree Wilson
Position EDGE
School Texas Tech
Height 6'6"
Weight 275 lbs


Tackles 61
Tackles For Loss 14.0
Sacks 7.0
Interceptions 0
Passes defended 0
Forced Fumbles 1
Fumbles Recovered 1


Hand Size 9.6
Arm Length 35.6
Forty Yard Dash 0.0
Bench Reps 23
Vertical Leap 0
Broad Jump 0
Three Cone Drill 0.0
Shuttle 0.0

Rankings on Various Big Boards

NFL (Edholm)
Sporting News
The Athletic
Draft Network
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