|High School:||Horlick HS|
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2009-10 | FRESHMAN SEASON
Started 14 of the 26 games played ... Averaged 4.7 ppg and 3.2 rpg ... Ranked second on the team in blocks (12, 0.5 bpg) ... Was fifth on the team in free throw percentage (.741, 20-of-27) ... Had three double-digit scoring outings ... Scored eight points and had three rebounds and assists in starting the Jan. 28 home win over UCLA ... Had eight points in 19 minutes of work in Jan. 2 road win over No. 17 Washington ... Scored eight points (3-of-4 on field goals) in second career start in Dec. 19 home win over Oakland ... Matched a career-high with 12 points (6-of-10 field goals) to go with four rebounds and three assists in Dec. 16 home win over Mississippi Valley State ... Had second consecutive double-figure scoring effort in Dec. 5 road game against Missouri, scoring 11 points (5-of-5 on free throws) and grabbing seven rebounds ... Scored a career-high 12 points (4-of-6 shooting) with two rebounds and a career-best three assists in Nov. 28 home win over Montana State ... Received first career start in Nov. 21 road game against Portland ... Grabbed season-high nine rebounds (four offensive) in 23 minutes of Nov. 15 home win over Colorado State ... Scored eight points (2-of-3 on 3-pointers) to go with six boards in first collegiate game Nov. 13 against Winston-Salem State.
Was ranked as a top player nationally by ESPNU and Scout.com recruiting services ... He played in the 2009 Jordan Brand Classic, an all-star game at Madison Square Garden in New York City which featured 24 of the nation’s top high school seniors ... Wilson ranked 31st overall and fourth at the small forward position by ESPNU ... He was the nation’s 35th-best player and the No. 5 small forward according to Scout.com, a service that had Wilson listed as a four-star recruit ... Led Horlick High School to a 24-2 record en route to earning player of the year honors for Racine County ... He averaged 21.2 points, 10.2 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 2.8 blocks and 1.4 steals per contest during his senior campaign ... Wilson and the Rebels advanced to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Division I state championship, falling in the title game to Madison Memorial High School, 56-41 ... In the loss, Wilson had nine points, 10 boards, a steal and a block in 23 minutes of action ... Wilson had 24 points in Horlick’s opening game of the state tournament, a 55-47 win over Eau Claire North High School ... The Rebels advanced to the state tournament behind Wilson’s game-high 25 points, five rebounds and four blocks in a 60-49 win over Hamilton High School in the sectional final ... He competed in three sports while at Horlick High ... Received all-state recognition for his prowess on the volleyball court, while also competing in the high jump and long jump for his prep track and field squad.
Born Jamil Dasha'n Wilson Nov. 21, 1990 in Milwaukee, Wis. ... Father is James Wilson ... Has two sisters ... Major is undeclared.