Oklahoma offers 2025 four-star wide receiver Adrian Wilson
Adrian Wilson has been offered a scholarship by Oklahoma for the 2025 recruiting class. He’s a four-star wide receiver out of Weiss High School in Pflugerville, Texas. He stands at 6-foot-2 and weighs 165 pounds.
Wilson has a ton of potential. He obviously has the size, but based on his tape there’s a lot to like about his ability. He has great ball skills already, where quarterbacks can just throw the ball up to him and he’ll catch it easily with a defender draped on him. He’s a great deep-ball threat because of that.
He needs to continue polishing his route running for the collegiate level, but that will come. He’s a perfect receiver for Lebby to utilize in this offense if he decides Oklahoma is the place for him.
Wilson’s recruitment has been heating up, and that’s been proven with him having 15 recruiting offers so far, with 11 of those offers being from Power Five schools. The most notable of those, outside Oklahoma, are Oregon, Ole Miss, Utah, TCU, Arizona, and Arizona State.
Wilson’s recruitment is only going to get even hotter. He has the potential that is going to have schools salivating for a target of his size in their wide receiving corps. He’s going to get more looks at 7-on-7 camps and eventually when the high school season starts back up in the fall too.
Oklahoma needs all the help it can get in the receiving corps after Marvin Mims left for the NFL this past season, so bulking up on that area makes sense for the future of Jebby Lebby’s offense.
Adrian Wilson’s Recruiting Profile
Offered on May 2, 2023
#BLESSEDANDHIGHLYFAVORED WOW!! After a great conversation with @JOE_JON_FINLEY I am blessed to say I have EARNED an offer from THEE University of Oklahoma !! @CoachEmmett #BOOMERSOONER #recruitweiss🐺 pic.twitter.com/SwUfhHeK37
— Adrian Wilson (@adrianwils8n) May 2, 2023
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