BYU junior quarterback Zach Wilson burst onto the school soccer season in 2020 because the Cougars vaulted into nationwide prominence, and now he is vaulting to the following degree. Wilson introduced on Friday that he’ll forgo his last season of eligibility and declare for the NFL Draft.
“To all my boys on the group and everybody else concerned in my time right here … with out you, I’m nothing,” he wrote on Twitter. “You always remember those that went to battle with you, they’re a. a part of you eternally. Perpetually grateful to my line and receivers, the power workers and coaching workers for his or her limitless dedication to me.”
Wilson threw for 3,692 yards, tossed 33 touchdowns and solely three interceptions throughout a sensational season that noticed the Cougars spend nearly all of the season within the AP High 25. He additionally added 254 dashing yards and 10 dashing touchdowns.
His success this season got here after an inconsistent sophomore marketing campaign in Provo the place Wilson threw for two,382 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2019 however tossed 9 interceptions. He missed 4 video games in the course of the season with a hand damage.
His profitable season elevated him close to the highest of 2021 NFL Mock Drafts. The CBS Sports activities draft-eligible prospect rankings at present record Wilson because the No. 6 general participant and third-ranked quarterback behind Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence and Ohio State’s Justin Fields. CBS Sports activities NFL Draft analyst Ryan Wilson not too long ago had the 6-foot-3, 215-pounder going No. 12 general to the San Francisco 49ers in his mock draft.
Wilson threw for 425 yards and three touchdowns vs. UCF within the Boca Raton Bowl in his last sport with the Cougars.