09/15/2012 ... Vanderbilt 58, Presbyterian 0 - AP Photos
2012 Preseason Third Team All-SEC (AP)
2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2012 Wilson started every game at cornerback for the Vanderbilt defense that ranked third in the SEC in pass defense... Topped the team lead with three interceptions, and returned two of the picks for TDs, including a career-long 100-yard pick six versus Presbyterian... Set new school record for most interception returns for TDs (4) and total interception return yardage (291), and ended career ranked
second all-time in the SEC with four TDs off interceptions... Ranked second on defense behind Andre Hal with nine passes defensed... Also contributed 36 total tackles, 29 solo stops and a forced fumble... Played superb in Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl win over N.C. State, registering career-high five solo tackles and a 65-yard INT return... Posted four solo tackles in shutout victory at Kentucky... Forced fumble in win over Tennessee... Played in postseason NFLPA Collegiate All-Star Game.
2011 Wilson established himself as one of the Commodores' most improved defensive players during a breakthrough junior campaign... Started every game at cornerback opposite All-SEC performer Casey Hayward... Finished the season with career highs in virtually every stat category: solo tackles (24), total tackles (30), interceptions (3) and passes defended (11)... Ranked among SEC leaders in interceptions... First 'Dore to return two picks for TDs in a season since Jay Chesley accomplished the feat in 1974... Opened the season in spectacular fashion, contributing three interceptions in the first two games, two of which were returned for TDs... Earned SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors after two-interception effort in impressive win over Ole Miss... Returned one of the Rebel picks 52 yards for team's second TD... Set single-game high in solo tackles (4) against Georgia and Florida.
2010 Wilson played in every game for the Commodores, seeing action as a cornerback and contributing on special teams... First career start came in five-DB alignment in season opener at Northwestern... Finished the season with 11 total tackles, including eight solo stops... Also returned a kickoff vs. Northwestern... Matched single-game high of three tackles (3) against Northwestern, Ole Miss and Florida... Playing time in defensive secondary diminished during midseason stretch.
2009 One of seven true freshmen to see action, Wilson played in every game at a reserve cornerback and specialist on coverage units... Finished the season with 10 total tackles, including six solo stops... Season high in tackles (3) came against Kentucky... Enjoyed role in secondary despite missing virtually all of preseason camp with a toe injury.
High School Three-year starter at defensive back for one of nation's top prep programs... As senior, contributed 75 total tackles, four forced fumbles and two interceptions for Eagle squad that went 13-2 overall and played for 2A state title... Averaged 12.7 yards as punt returner... Registered 53 tackles and three interceptions as junior... Two-time All-Area DB... As sophomore, helped Evangel Christian to state championship...Sprints on the track team... Named Academic All-State as senior... Member of Student Council and National Honor Society.
Personal Trey Aaron Wilson... Son of Harolyn Wilson and the late Shelford Wilson Jr... Has one younger brother, Jordan... Born Nov. 1, 1990 in Austin, Texas... Mom is adjunct college math instructor... Completed a degree in Human and Organizational Development in December 2012.