David Wilson. David Wilson. David Wilson.
Andrew Jones writes that Wilson is ready to be the main man carrying the rock.
"It's a lot of pressure because I am expected to be the man," Wilson said. "A lot of hard work comes with it. I'm ready to take it on and get ready for the season."
Down to 201 pounds after losing seven during track season, Wilson believes the lost weight will help him get more breakaway runs from scrimmage. His first few steps off the snap have been incredibly explosive, but Wilson thinks the fourth, fifth and sixth, the ones that usually enable a back to break free into the secondary and beyond, will be improved.
If anything I would have thought Wilson would have tried to maintain or increase his weight so he could better take a season full of pops.
David Wilson being awesome at what looks to be Macado's. (via)
BR: Favorite song?
DW: Hustle Hard, Ace Hood
DW and Roth also talk extensively about Hokie football. If you're into that sort of thing.