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Russell Wilson will do what no starting quarterback has done in his rookie year: win the Super Bowl.

With a 24-14 win over the Washington Redskins, the Seattle Seahawks have advanced to the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs to face the Atlanta Falcons.

Wilson didn't have a spectacular game, but he did what he's been doing all season. The rookie managed the game well and helped the Seahawks offense move the chains.

He went 15-of-26 for 187 yards and a touchdown. Wilson let Marshawn Lynch do most of the heavy lifting. Lynch carried the ball 20 times for 132 yards.

It's that ability to manage the game so well that will make Wilson the first rookie QB to lift the Lombardi Trophy at the end of the season.

Four rookies—Shaun King in 1999, Ben Roethlisberger in 2004, Joe Flacco in 2008 and Mark Sanchez in 2009—have led their teams to the conference title stage, only to fall short of making the Super Bowl.

Like Wilson, those four quarterbacks relied on solid defense and a steady running game. It wasn't as if they needed to throw for 300 yards and four touchdowns each and every week.

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If you were to look at Wilson's numbers on the season, they are good, but they don't exactly jump off the page when you compare them to other quarterbacks.

He was behind Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III when it came to passing yards. His 26 touchdowns are good, but they rank only ninth in the league.

Those numbers are actually a good thing for Seattle.

Luck and RGIII had arguably better regular seasons than Wilson, but their teams were both bounced in the Wild Card Round.

Their performances were much of the reason for that.

Luck only completed 51.9 percent of his passes and threw an interception. RGIII was knocked out of the game, and before that was only 10-of-19 for 84 yards.

The Redskins and Indianapolis Colts relied so much on their rookie QBs that it was bound to catch up with them in the postseason.

Washington did have Alfred Morris. Regardless, Griffin III represented a large part of how the Redskins played.

Playoff football in the NFL is unlike anything a college football player coming into the league will have seen. You can't prepare a rookie to face the best teams in the league on the biggest of stages.

Wilson will likely struggle at some point in the postseason. However, his issues won't cripple the Seahawks because they've built a much more stable core around him.

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Drafted with the 12th pick in the third round (75th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft. The first quarterback drafted under Head Coach Pete Carroll and General Manager John Schneider and the highest quarterback selected by the club since Brock Huard was taken with the 77th overall pick in 1999.

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Wilson started 50 consecutive games, throwing 379 consecutive passes without an interception to establish an NCAA Football Bowl Sub-division record. Completed 907 of 1,489 passes (60.9%) for 11,720 yards, 109 touchdowns and 29 interceptions. Rushed 441 times for 1,421 yards (3.2 avg.) and 23 touchdowns, becoming the fifth player in the NCAA FBS ranks to rush for over 1,000 yards and throw for over 5,000 yards in a career. During his 36- game career at North Carolina State, Wilson connected on 682 of 1,180 passes (57.8%) for 8,545 yards, 76 touchdowns and 25 interceptions, as he piled up 9,628 yards in total offense and was responsible for 93 touchdowns, in addition to rushing 362 times for 1,083 yards (2.9 avg.) and 17 scores. Finished his Wolfpack career ranking second in school annals for pass attempts and touchdown passes, and third for pass completions, pass completion percentage and yards in total offense. His eight 300-yard passing games in 2010 rank second on the NC State seasonrecord chart, while his total of 12 300-yard efforts for the Wolfpack rank second on the career list. Set NC State season-records with 308 pass completions in 2009, ranking second with 527 pass attempts, 3,563 yards passing and 3,998 yards in total offense in 2010, along with 31 touchdown tosses in 2009. His 28 touchdown throws in 2010 rank third and his 3,287 yards in total offense in 2009 rank fourth on the State annual record chart. His five touchdown passes vs. Florida State in 2009 tied the Wolfpack single-game record. In just one season at Wisconsin, Wilson connected on 225 of 309 passes (72.8%) for 3,175 yards, 33 touchdowns and only four interceptions, adding 79 carries for 338 yards (4.2 avg.) and six scores, compiling an NCAA record 191.7 pass efficiency rating and gaining 3,513 yards in total offense, along with being responsible for 39 touchdowns.

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Attended Collegiate School in Richmond, Va., playing football and baseball. Earned all-state, all-region and all-district honors, in addition to being named the 2005 Richmond Times-Dispatch Player of the Year as a junior. That season, Wilson threw for 3,287 yards and 40 touchdowns while rushing for another 634 yards and 15 scores. The Cougars won the state title, as the team compiled a perfect 11-0 record. In 2006, was featured in Sports Illustrated's “Faces in the Crowd” for his state title game performance after completing 21-37 passes for 291 yards and two touchdowns while rushing 30 times for 223 yards and three more scores in a 38-17 win. Passed for 3,009 yards, 34 touchdowns and just seven interceptions as a senior. Also rushed for 1,132 yards, adding 18 mores scores while again earning allstate, all-conference and conference player of the year accolades. On the baseball diamond, the shortstop batted .467 as a senior, enticing the Colorado Rockies to begin following him to North Carolina State and drafting him in the fourth round of the 2010 major league baseball draft. Communications major. His father, the late Harrison Wilson, III, played football and baseball at Dartmouth and was on the San Diego Chargers preseason squad. His older brother, Harrison, IV, played football and baseball at Richmond.

HOW ACQUIRED:
Drafted with the 12th pick in the third round (75th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft. The first quarterback drafted under Head Coach Pete Carroll and General Manager John Schneider and the highest quarterback selected by the club since Brock Huard was taken with the 77th overall pick in 1999.

COLLEGE:
Wilson started 50 consecutive games, throwing 379 consecutive passes without an interception to establish an NCAA Football Bowl Sub-division record. Completed 907 of 1,489 passes (60.9%) for 11,720 yards, 109 touchdowns and 29 interceptions. Rushed 441 times for 1,421 yards (3.2 avg.) and 23 touchdowns, becoming the fifth player in the NCAA FBS ranks to rush for over 1,000 yards and throw for over 5,000 yards in a career. During his 36- game career at North Carolina State, Wilson connected on 682 of 1,180 passes (57.8%) for 8,545 yards, 76 touchdowns and 25 interceptions, as he piled up 9,628 yards in total offense and was responsible for 93 touchdowns, in addition to rushing 362 times for 1,083 yards (2.9 avg.) and 17 scores. Finished his Wolfpack career ranking second in school annals for pass attempts and touchdown passes, and third for pass completions, pass completion percentage and yards in total offense. His eight 300-yard passing games in 2010 rank second on the NC State seasonrecord chart, while his total of 12 300-yard efforts for the Wolfpack rank second on the career list. Set NC State season-records with 308 pass completions in 2009, ranking second with 527 pass attempts, 3,563 yards passing and 3,998 yards in total offense in 2010, along with 31 touchdown tosses in 2009. His 28 touchdown throws in 2010 rank third and his 3,287 yards in total offense in 2009 rank fourth on the State annual record chart. His five touchdown passes vs. Florida State in 2009 tied the Wolfpack single-game record. In just one season at Wisconsin, Wilson connected on 225 of 309 passes (72.8%) for 3,175 yards, 33 touchdowns and only four interceptions, adding 79 carries for 338 yards (4.2 avg.) and six scores, compiling an NCAA record 191.7 pass efficiency rating and gaining 3,513 yards in total offense, along with being responsible for 39 touchdowns.

PERSONAL:
Attended Collegiate School in Richmond, Va., playing football and baseball. Earned all-state, all-region and all-district honors, in addition to being named the 2005 Richmond Times-Dispatch Player of the Year as a junior. That season, Wilson threw for 3,287 yards and 40 touchdowns while rushing for another 634 yards and 15 scores. The Cougars won the state title, as the team compiled a perfect 11-0 record. In 2006, was featured in Sports Illustrated's “Faces in the Crowd” for his state title game performance after completing 21-37 passes for 291 yards and two touchdowns while rushing 30 times for 223 yards and three more scores in a 38-17 win. Passed for 3,009 yards, 34 touchdowns and just seven interceptions as a senior. Also rushed for 1,132 yards, adding 18 mores scores while again earning allstate, all-conference and conference player of the year accolades. On the baseball diamond, the shortstop batted .467 as a senior, enticing the Colorado Rockies to begin following him to North Carolina State and drafting him in the fourth round of the 2010 major league baseball draft. Communications major. His father, the late Harrison Wilson, III, played football and baseball at Dartmouth and was on the San Diego Chargers preseason squad. His older brother, Harrison, IV, played football and baseball at Richmond.

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03/08/2012

Lucas at Large: Wilson shines at Pro Day

QB shows off arm strength, footwork as all 32 NFL teams descend upon Madison

12/04/2011

Lucas' Last Word: Badgers-Spartans sequel worthy of 'classic' title

Ironic twists help lift Wisconsin to Big Ten title over Michigan State in fantastic rematch

11/29/2011

Wilson discusses Badgers' preparations for Big Ten championship game

Senior QB meets media to talk personal growth, strength of defense, rematch with Spartans

11/28/2011

Award winners Ball, Wilson highlight Badgers' 17 All-Big Ten selections

Ball named winner of first Ameche-Dayne RB award, Wilson earns first Griese-Brees QB honor

11/28/2011

Badger Rewind: Stakes clear as Wisconsin prepares for rematch

Badgers looking to even score with Michigan State as teams battle in first Big Ten title game

11/26/2011

Wisconsin vs Penn State - Nov. 26, 2011

Photos from the Badgers' game against Penn State on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011.

11/19/2011

Wisconsin vs Illinois - Nov. 19, 2011

Photos from the Badgers' game against Illinois on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011. (Neil Ament photo)

11/12/2011

Wisconsin vs Minnesota - Nov. 12, 2011

Photos from the Bagders' football game against Minnesota on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011.

10/29/2011

Wisconsin vs. Ohio State - Oct. 29, 2011

Wisconsin vs. Ohio State - Oct. 29, 2011

Honors and Awards
2011 (at Wisconsin): Named third-team All-American by Yahoo! Sports and Phil Steele ... honorable mention All-American by SI.com ... finalist for the Manning Award and Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award ... semifinalist for Davey O'Brien Award and Maxwell Award ... winner of the Grese-Brees Big Ten Quarterback of the year ... consensus first-team All-Big Ten ... named Jimmy Demetral Team MVP ... invited to Senior Bowl and NFL scouting combine
2010 (at North Carolina State): Second-team All-ACC ... earned the team's Governor's Award as the Most Valuable Performer ... Preseason: Made watch lists for the O'Brien and Manning Awards
2009 (at North Carolina State): Honorable mention All-ACC performer ... named the team's most valuable offensive back ... Academic All-ACC ... Preseason: Candidate for the O'Brien, Manning and Maxwell Awards ... preseason first-team All-ACC choice of Athlon and Phil Steele's College Football for 2009
2008 (at North Carolina State): First freshman ever to be named the first-team All-ACC quarterback, also named the league's Rookie of the Year ... first-team All-Freshman according to CollegeFootballNews.com ... earned the football team's Governor's Award for the team MVP
2008 (at North Carolina State): Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year ... named to the 2007-08 ACC Academic Honor Roll

Career (at Wisconsin): Holds school record for career completion percentage (min. 300 att.) at .728 and career pass efficiency (min. 300 att.) at 191.8 ... ranks fifth all-time at Wisconsin with 33 career passing touchdowns ... 12th at Wisconsin with 3,175 career passing yards
Career (at North Carolina State): Ranks third in NC State history and 12th in ACC history with 8,545 career passing yards ... thrown 76 touchdown passes in his career, the second-best mark in school history and the third-highest in the ACC record books ... has also run for 17 career scores, making his 93 TDs the second-best mark in school and ACC history ... his 682 career completions trails only Philip Rivers in the Wolfpack record book, while his 1,180 attempts rank third ... ranks third in career total offense with 9,628 yards - the eighth-best mark in ACC history

2011 (at Wisconsin): Earned first letter as a Badger, starting all 14 games ... set the NCAA record for pass efficiency ... (191.8) ... holds school record for single-season passing yards (3,175), touchdown passes (33), completions (225), pass efficiency rating (191.8 - min. 200 attempts) and yards of total offense (3,513) ... responsible for 40 touchdowns, which ties the school record ... completion percentage of .728 (min. 100 attempts) in one season ranks second-best at UW ... 309 passing attempts ranks eighth-best at UW ... completed 19-of-25 passes for 296 yards and tied UW bowl record with 2 touchdowns and ran for 18 yards and another score on six carries against Oregon in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 2 ... earned Grange-Griffin Big Ten Championship Game MVP honors after throwing three touchdown passes on 17-of-24 passing for 187 yards and catching two passes for 31 yards in the Big Ten Championship game against Michigan State on Dec. 3 ... passed for 186 yards and two touchdowns on 19 of 29 passing, also ran for 36 yards on seven carries, against Penn State on Oct. 26 ... ran for a touchdown and completed 10-of-13 passes for 90 yards and another score at Illinois on Nov. 19 ... named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week after season-high four touchdown passes and 178 yards on 16-of-17 passing at Minnesota on Nov. 12, .941 completion percentage second-best in school history (min. 10 attempts) and 259.7 pass efficiency fourth-best ... threw for 205 yards on 15-of-20 passing with two touchdowns and ran season-high 10 times for 76 yards and one score against Purdue on Nov. 5 ... three touchdown passes on 20-of-32 passing for 253 yards ... threw for 223 yards and two touchdown passes on 14-of-21 passing and ran for 30 yards and a score against Michigan State on Oct. 22 ... caught first touchdown pass of career against Indiana on Oct. 15, also threw for 166 yards and 1 TD on 12-of-17 passing and ran twice for 42 yards ... named co-Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week and co-UW Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for 255 yards and two touchdowns on 14 of 20 passing and running for 32 yards and a score against Nebraska on Oct. 1 ... three touchdown passes on 19 of 25 passing for 345 yards (first Badger to throw for at least 325 yards twice in the same season) against South Dakota on Sept. 24 ... completed season-high 23 of 32 passes for 347 yards (seventh-best total in school history) and 3 touchdowns, also rushed five times for 37 yards to finish with 384 yards of total offense (fifth-best total in school history) against Northern Illinois on Sept. 17 ... named UW's offensive player of the week after throwing three touchdown passes on 17-of-21 passing for 189 yards against Oregon State on Sept. 10 ... in first career start for the Badgers, named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week after completing 10-of-13 passes for 255 yards and two TDs and running for 62 yards, including a career-long 46-yard TD run, against UNLV on Sept. 1 ... accounted for 317 yards of total offense, the highest total for a Wisconsin QB in his starting debut (stats since 1951) ... pass efficiency rating of 292.5 and 76.9 completion percentage are also the best for a Wisconsin QB who threw at least 10 passes in his starting debut ... transferred to Wisconsin after spending first four seasons at North Carolina State

2010 (at North Carolina State): Team captain ... four-time ACC Offensive Back of the Week: Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Boston College (co) and FSU ... led the ACC in passing yards per game (274.1) and total offense (307.5) ... total offense mark ranked 10th in the FBS while his passing mark ranked 15th ... also led the league and ranked seventh nationally in points responsible for ... rushed for three touchdowns and passed for another in the win over Florida State to earn to ear Rivals.com ACC Player of the Week honors ... rushed for two touchdowns and passed for a pair in the win over Wake Forest ... rushed for two scores and threw for a pair at Maryland, his 53 rushing yards in that contest put him over the 1,000-yard mark for his career ... was responsible for four touchdowns in four different games last season ... one of just four players nationally who have amassed over 1,000 yards rushing and 5,000 yards passing for their careers ... tied a school record with 38 completions in the win over Boston College, named co-ACC Offensive Back of the Week for that contest ... threw 60 times at Maryland, the second-highest attempt total in school history ... led the team in rushing touchdowns with nine ... has thrown for 300+ yards 12 times in his career (including eight times last season) and has thrown for three or more touchdowns 12 times (also including five games last season) ... career-long 34-yard rush to set up a Wolfpack touchdown in the win over North Carolina ... threw for career-high 368 yards in the win at Georgia Tech, the 18th-best mark in school history ... his 384 yards of total offense in that game tied as the 12th-best mark ever by a Wolfpack player ... came back with 396 yards of total offense against Virginia Tech, now the 12th-best in school history ... named honorable mention quarterback of the week by the College Football Perfomance Awards for the WCU game ... ranks second in school history in passing efficiency with a 135.47 mark

2009 (at North Carolina State): Ranked fourth nationally in touchdown passes with 31, led the ACC and was the second-highest single-season tally in school history ... posted 3,287 yards of total offense, the third-best mark in school history ... ranked second in the ACC in total offense with 273.9 yards per game ... ranked third in the league in passing efficiency (137.8) and fourth in passing offense (252.2) ... threw for five scores at Florida State, tying the school record ... attempted 379 straight passes without an interception dating from the Clemson game of 2008 to the Wake Forest game of 2009, the longest streak in NCAA history ... rushed for 91 yards in win over Pitt, the highest rushing total for a Wolfpack QB since 1976 ... tallied 413 yards of total offense in win over Pitt., the ninth highest in school history

2008 (at North Carolina State): Threw 249 straight passes without an interception, the longest streak in school history (at the time) and the longest active streak in the nation in 2008 ... for the season, threw just one INT in 275 attempts - the one pick was a desperation heave near the end of the game versus Clemson ... led the ACC in passing efficiency (133.9), TD passes (17) and total offense (213.0) ... ranked sixth in the ACC in passing yards per game (177.7) ... had fewer interceptions than any of the top 100 passers in the nation ... in terms of all-time freshman numbers at NC State, ranks second only to ACC-record holder Philip Rivers in yards (1,955), completions (150), attempts (275), touchdowns (17), total offense (2,343) and touchdown responsibility (21) ... rushed for 388 yards, including seven runs of 20+ yards and four touchdowns, the most rushing yards for a Wolfpack quarterback since 1981 ... unable to play in the second half of the Papajohns.com Bowl after spraining his knee on a first-half rush ... in win over Wake Forest, threw for 152 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another 69 yards and another score ... started in his first collegiate contest in the season opener at South Carolina. just the third NC State quarterback since 1971 to start in his first career game ... missed the South Florida game due to an injury suffered at the end of the East Carolina win after he threw three touchdowns

2007 (at North Carolina State): Redshirt season

Prep: Threw for 3,009 yards and rushed 1,132 yards as a senior for coach Charlie McFall at Collegiate in Richmond ... Completed 59.7 percent of his passes and threw for 34 TDs with only seven INTs ... Rushed for another 18 scores as a senior and was named all-state, all-conference and conference player of the year ... Featured in Sports Illustrated's Faces in the Crowd section for his state title game performance, when he threw 21-37 for 291 yards and two TDs and ran 30 times for 223 yards and three more scores in a 38-17 win ... Threw for 3,287 yards and 40 TDs as a junior while rushing for another 634 yards and 15 scores ... Won the state title as a junior with a perfect 11-0 record ... Earned all-state, all-region, all-district honors and was named the 2005 Richmond Times-Dispatch Player of the Year as a junior ... Also played shortstop in baseball and hit .467 at the plate with 15 runs batted in

Personal: His father, the late Harrison Wilson, III, played football and baseball at Dartmouth and was on the San Diego Chargers' preseason squad ... His older brother, Harrison, IV, played football and baseball at Richmond ... a communications major

Career Passing Statistics Season GP/GS Comp. Att. Pct. Yds. TD INT LG 2008 12/11 150 275 .545 1955 17 1 67 2009 12/12 224 378 .593 3027 31 11 80 2010 13/13 308 527 .584 3563 28 14 60 2011 14/14 225 309 .728 3175 33 4 66 Totals 51/50 907
1489
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109
30
80

Game-by-Game Passing (Comp.-Att.-Int., Yds., TD)
2008 SEASON: South Carolina (1-5-0, 12); Clemson (10-21-1, 92); East Carolina (21-31-0, 210, 3); Boston College (19-33-0, 218, 1); Florida State (13-25-0, 181, 2); Maryland (18-28-0, 187, 2); Duke (13-25-0, 218, 2); Wake Forest (16-33-0, 152, 2); North Carolina (17-28-0, 279, 2); Miami (11-23-0, 220, 2); Rutgers (11-23-0, 186, 1)

2009 SEASON: South Carolina (12-23-0, 74); Murray State (15-21-0, 228, 4); Gardner-Webb (26-36-0, 345, 4); Pittsburgh (21-35-0, 322, 4); Wake Forest (20-43-2, 275, 2); Duke (15-27-1, 172, 1); Boston College (23-40-1, 243, 1); Florida State (20-30-2, 349, 5); Maryland (25-38-3, 343, 3); Clemson (12-32-1, 183, 2); Virginia Tech (15-26-1, 234, 1); North Carolina (20-27-0, 259, 4)

2010 SEASON: Western Carolina (21-31-0, 306, 4); UCF (10-30-0, 105, 1); Cincinnati (26-40-0, 333, 3); Georgia Tech (28-41-1, 368, 3); Virginia Tech (21-49-3, 362, 3); Boston College (38-51-2, 328, 3); East Carolina (26-52-3, 322, 1); Florida State (18-28-1, 178, 1); Clemson (22-36-1, 212, 1); Wake Forest (24-35-1, 300, 2); North Carolina (15-29-1, 163, 2); Maryland (31-60-1, 311, 2); West Virginia (28-45-0, 275, 2)

2011 SEASON: UNLV (10-13-0, 255, 2); Oregon State (17-21-0, 189, 3); Northern Illinois (23-32-1, 347, 3); South Dakota (19-25-0, 345, 3); Nebraska (14-20-0, 255, 2); Indiana (12-17-0, 166, 1); Michigan State (14-21-2, 223, 2); Ohio State (20-32-0, 253, 3); Purdue (15-20-0, 205, 2); Minnesota (16-17-0, 178, 4); Illinois (10-13-0, 90, 1); Penn State (19-29-0, 186, 2); Michigan State (17-24-0, 187, 3); Oregon (19-25-1, 296, 2)

Career Rushing Statistics Season Att. Yds. TD Yds/Att Long 2008 116 388 4 3.3 29 2009 103 260 4 2.5 25 2010 143 435 9 3.0 34 2011 79 338 6 4.3 46 Totals 441
1421
23
3.2
46

Game-by-Game Rushing (Att.-Yds., TD)
2008 SEASON: South Carolina (4-7); Clemson (13-26); East Carolina (12-26); Boston College (15-4, 2); Florida State (4-33); Maryland (13-53); Duke (6-16); Wake Forest (14-69, 1); North Carolina (11-50); Miami (16-58, 1); Rutgers (8-46)

2009 SEASON: South Carolina (11-(-17)); Murray State (4-26); Gardner-Webb (7-15); Pittsburgh (10-91); Wake Forest (7-41, 1); Duke (11-58, 1); Boston College (11-35, 1); Florida State (8-34); Maryland (9-11, 1); Clemson (7-25); Virginia Tech (7-(-43)); North Carolina (11-(-16))

2010 SEASON: Western Carolina (5-0); UCF (13-35); Cincinnati (8-33); Georgia Tech (9-16, 1); Virginia Tech (10-34); Boston College (14-45); East Carolina (10-37, 1); Florida State (17-69, 3); Clemson (9-29); Wake Forest (7-17, 2); North Carolina (10-26); Maryland (17-53, 2); West Virginia (14-41)

2011 SEASON: UNLV (2-62, 1); Oregon State (4-11); Northern Illinois (5-37); South Dakota (5-(-2)); Nebraska (6-32, 1); Indiana (2-42); Michigan State (8-30, 1); Ohio State (6-(-12)); Purdue (10-76, 1); Minnesota (7-19); Illinois (4-(-6), 1); Penn State (7-36); Michigan State (7-(-5)); Oregon (6-18, 1)

Career Receiving Statistics Season Rec. Yds. TD Yds/Rec Long 2008 0 0 0 -- -- 2009 0 0 0 -- -- 2010 1 4 0 4.0 4 2011 3 56 1 18.7 32 Totals 4 60
1
15.0
32

Game-by-Game Receiving (Rec.-Yds., TD)
2010 SEASON: Maryland (1-4)

2011 SEASON: Indiana (1-25, 1); Michigan State (2-31)

Career Total Offense
Season Plays Rush Yds. Pass Yds. Total
Avg./G
2008 391 388 1955 2343 213.0 2009 481 260 3027 3287 273.9 2010 670 435 3563 3998 307.5 2011 388 338 3175 3513 250.9 Totals 1899 1421
11720
13141
257.7

Game-by-Game Total Offense
2008 SEASON: South Carolina (19); Clemson (118); East Carolina (236); Boston College (222); Florida State (214); Maryland (240); Duke (234); Wake Forest (221); North Carolina (329); Miami (278); Rutgers (232)

2009 SEASON: South Carolina (57); Murray State (254); Gardner-Webb (360); Pittsburgh (413); Wake Forest (316); Duke (230); Boston College (278); Florida State (383); Maryland (354); Clemson (208); Virginia Tech (191); North Carolina (243)

2010 SEASON: Western Carolina (306); UCF (140); Cincinnati (366); Georgia Tech (384); Virginia Tech (396); Boston College (373); East Carolina (359); Florida State (247); Clemson (241); Wake Forest (317); North Carolina (189); Maryland (364); West Virginia (316)

2011 SEASON: UNLV (317); Oregon State (200); Northern Illinois (384); South Dakota (343); Nebraska (287); Indiana (208); Michigan State (253); Ohio State (241); Purdue (281); Minnesota (197); Illinois (84); Penn State (222); Michigan State (182); Oregon (314)

Career Game Highs Pass Completions 38 vs. Boston College, Oct. 9, 2010 Pass Attempts 60 at Maryland, Nov. 27, 2010 Passing Yards 368 at Georgia Tech, Sept. 25, 2010 Passing Touchdowns 5 at Florida State, Oct. 31, 2009 Interceptions 3 (3x), MR at East Carolina, Oct. 16, 2010 Long Pass 80 at Florida State, Oct. 31, 2009 Rushing Attempts 17 vs. Florida State, Oct. 28, 2010 Rushing Yards 91 vs. Pittsburgh, Sept. 26, 2009 Rushing Touchdowns 3 vs. Florida State, Oct. 28, 2010 Long Rush 46 vs. UNLV, Sept. 1, 2011 Receptions 2 vs. Michigan State, Dec. 3, 2011 Receiving Yards 31 vs. Michigan State, Dec. 3, 2011 Receiving Touchdowns 1 vs. Indiana, Oct. 15, 2011 Long Reception 32 vs. Michigan State, Dec. 3, 2011 Total Offense 413 vs. Pittsburgh, Sept. 26, 2009 2011 Season Game Highs Pass Completions 23 vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 17, 2011 Pass Attempts 32 (2x), MR at Ohio State, Oct. 29, 2011 Passing Yards 347 vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 17, 2011 Passing Touchdowns 4 at Minnesota, Nov. 12, 2011 Interceptions 2 at Michigan State, Oct. 22, 2011 Long Pass 66 vs. Purdue, Nov. 5, 2011 Rushing Attempts 10 vs. Purdue, Nov. 5, 2011 Rushing Yards 76 vs. Purdue, Nov. 5, 2011 Rushing Touchdowns 1 (6x), MR vs. Oregon, Jan. 2, 2012 Long Rush 46 vs. UNLV, Sept. 1, 2011 Receptions 2 vs. Michigan State, Dec. 3, 2011 Receiving Yards 31 vs. Michigan State, Dec. 3, 2011 Receving Touchdowns 1 vs. Indiana, Oct. 15, 2011 Long Reception 32 vs. Michigan State, Dec. 3, 2011 Total Offense 384 vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 17, 2011 Email this article Printer-friendly format   moreheadlinesthree blogs •  Badgers in the NFL: Playoffs continue... •  Lucas' Last Word: Long on... •  Varsity Magazine: Flashes of the Future •  Badgers in the NFL: Playoffs kickoff ... •  The Voice: As one wild ride ends,... •  Three thorns: Badgers' rally comes up... •  Path to Pasadena: Part Four •  Varsity Magazine: Unfinished Business •  Badger Breakdown: Rose Bowl The Voice: As one wild ride ends, another begins

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Height: 5-11   Weight: 206   Age: 24

Born: 11/29/1988 Richmond , VA

College: Wisconsin

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Wilson during the Vikings vs. Seahawks game on November 4, 2012 No. 3     Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Personal information Date of birth: (1988-11-29) November 29, 1988 (age 24) Place of birth: Richmond, Virginia Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Weight: 206 lb (93 kg) Career information High school: Collegiate School (Richmond, VA) College: North Carolina State, Wisconsin NFL Draft: 2012 / Round: 3 / Pick: 75 Debuted in 2012 for the Seattle Seahawks Career history Seattle Seahawks (2012–present) Roster status: Active Career highlights and awards NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month (December 2012) NFC Offensive Player of the Week (Week 13, 2012) Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week (Week 10, 2012) FedEx Air Player of the Week (Week 13, 2012) Steve Largent Award (2012) Career NFL statistics as of Week 17, 2012 Completion % 64.1 TD–INT 26–10 Passing yards 3,118 Passer rating 100.0 Rushing yards 489 Rushing TDs 4 Stats at NFL.com

Russell Carrington Wilson (born November 29, 1988) is an American football quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL). Wilson was selected by the Seahawks with the 12th pick in the third round (75th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft.[1]

Wilson played college football for the University of Wisconsin during the 2011 season, in which he set the single season FBS record for passing efficiency (191.8) and led the team to a Big Ten title and the 2012 Rose Bowl.[2] Wilson received the Big Ten Quarterback of the Year award and was named a consensus first-team All-Big Ten and third-team All-American by Yahoo! Sports.[3]

Wilson played football and baseball for North Carolina State University before transferring to Wisconsin. In 2008, he was named the ACC Rookie of the Year in football and became the first freshman quarterback to receive first team All-ACC honors. Wilson also played minor league baseball for the Tri-City Dust Devils in 2010 and the Asheville Tourists in 2011 as a second baseman.[4]

Wilson signed a four-year, $2.99 million contract with the Seattle Seahawks on May 7, 2012 and was named the team's starting quarterback on August 26, 2012.[5][6] In his rookie season Wilson led the Seahawks to a 11-5 regular season record and the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.[7]

Contents 1 Early life and family 2 High school career 3 College football career 3.1 NC State (2007–2010) 3.2 Wisconsin (2011) 3.3 Statistics 4 Baseball career 4.1 College baseball 4.2 Tri-City Dust Devils 4.3 Asheville Tourists 5 NFL career 5.1 2012 NFL Draft 5.2 2012 season 6 Endorsements 7 Personal life 7.1 Charitable work 8 See also 9 References 10 External links [edit] Early life and family

Wilson was born in Richmond, Virginia, the son of Harrison Benjamin Wilson III, a lawyer, and Tammy T. Wilson, a legal nurse consultant.[8][9][10] He has an older brother, Harrison IV, and a younger sister, Anna.[11] Wilson started playing football with his dad and brother at the age of four.[8]

Wilson's great-great-grandfather was a slave to a Confederate colonel and was freed after the Civil War.[12] Wilson's grandfather, Harrison B. Wilson Jr., is a former president of Norfolk State University who played football and basketball at Kentucky State University. His father played football and baseball at Dartmouth and was a wide receiver for the San Diego Chargers preseason squad in 1980. Wilson's brother played football and baseball at the University of Richmond, and his sister is considered one of the top high school basketball prospects in the country.[13][14][15]

Wilson's father died on June 9, 2010 at age 55 due to complications from diabetes.[13]

[edit] High school career

Wilson attended Collegiate School, a preparatory school in Richmond, Virginia. As a junior in 2005, he threw for 3,287 yards and 40 touchdowns. He also rushed for 634 yards and 15 touchdowns. He was named an all-district, all-region, and all-state player. Wilson was twice named the Richmond Times-Dispatch Player of the Year.[16]

As a senior in 2006, he threw for 3,009 yards, 34 touchdowns, and seven interceptions. Wilson also rushed for 1,132 yards and 18 touchdowns. That year, he was named an all-conference and all-state player as well as conference player of the year. He was featured in Sports Illustrated magazine for his performance in the state championship game win.[16] Wilson also served as his senior class president.[17]

In addition to football, Wilson was also a member of the Collegiate basketball and baseball teams.[18]

Name Hometown High school / college Height Weight 40‡ Commit date Russell Wilson
QB Richmond, Virginia Collegiate School 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) 205 lb (93 kg) 4.53 Jul 23, 2006  Scout:   Rivals: Overall recruiting rankings: Scout: 67 (QB)   Rivals: NR (QB), NR (Virginia) ‡ Refers to 40 yard dash Note: In many cases, Scout and Rivals may conflict in their listings of height, weight and 40 time. In these cases, an average of the two was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100-point scale.

Sources:

"2007 Team Ranking". Rivals.com. http://www.rivals.com/TeamRank.asp?type=0&sort=0&year=2007. Retrieved 2011-10-07.

Wilson committed to North Carolina State University on July 23, 2006.[19] He also received a football scholarship offer from Duke University.[20]

[edit] College football career [edit] NC State (2007–2010)

Wilson redshirted during the 2007 season at NC State. In 2008, Wilson initially split time at quarterback with senior Daniel Evans and junior Harrison Beck. However, Evans and Beck saw no regular season action after Week 2 and Week 5, respectively. Thereafter, Wilson led the team to a 4–3 record in the regular season which NC State finished out on a four-game winning streak. During a win over East Carolina, Wilson threw for 201 yards and three touchdowns. He threw for two touchdowns in each of the last six season games.[21]

In the 2008 PapaJohns.com Bowl against Rutgers, Wilson threw for 186 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 46 yards before halftime. Late in the first half, he scrambled to the Rutgers' four-yard line, where he was tackled and suffered a knee sprain. With Wilson sitting out the remainder of the game, his replacements threw a combined total of three interceptions with NC State eventually losing, 23–29.[22] Over the course of the season, he completed 150 of 275 attempts for 1,955 yards and 17 touchdowns with just one interception. He also recorded 116 carries for 394 yards and four touchdowns.[21] The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) named him the first-team All-ACC quarterback. It was the first time in the conference's history that a freshman quarterback was named to the first team.[23]

Prior to the 2009 season, Wilson was named as the quarterback on the pre-season all-ACC football team on July 12. On September 19, Wilson broke Andre Woodson's all-time NCAA record of 325 consecutive pass attempts without an interception against Gardner-Webb. The 379-pass streak ended in a game against Wake Forest on October 3.[24] In a home victory over Pittsburgh, Wilson had over 400 yards total offense and 4 touchdowns.

Wilson led the 2010 Wolfpack to a 9–4 season that included a 23-7 win over West Virginia in the 2010 Champs Sports Bowl. He led the ACC in passing yards per game (274.1) and total offensive yards per game (307.5). Wilson graduated from NC State in three years in May 2010 with a B.A. in communication, and took graduate-level business courses in the fall semester during the 2010 football season.[25][26][27][28][29]

In January 2011, Wilson announced that he would report to spring training with the Colorado Rockies organization.[30] NC State head coach Tom O'Brien expressed reservations with Wilson's decision, saying "Russell and I have had very open conversations about his responsibilities respective to baseball and football. While I am certainly respectful of Russell's dedication to baseball these last several years, within those discussions I also communicated to him the importance of his time commitment to NC State football." On April 29, 2011, O'Brien announced that Wilson had been granted a release from his football scholarship with one year of eligibility remaining.[31]

[edit] Wisconsin (2011) Wilson during the Oregon State vs. Wisconsin game in 2011.

On June 27, 2011, Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema announced that Wilson had committed to Wisconsin for the 2011 season.[32]

In the season opener against UNLV, Wilson passed for 255 yards and 2 touchdowns in a 51–17 victory. He and also rushed for 62 yards, including a 46 yard touchdown run. At the end of the regular season, Wilson was named first team All-Big Ten by both the coaches and media. Wilson also won the Griese-Brees Big Ten Quarterback of the Year award.[33]

In the inaugural Big Ten Championship Game on December 3, Wilson threw for 3 touchdowns and led the Badgers to a 42-39 win over the Michigan State. Wilson was named the game's Grange-Griffin MVP.[34]

In December 2011, Wilson was named a third team All-American by Yahoo Sports, and he finished ninth in the voting for the Heisman Trophy with 52 points.[35][36]

In the 2012 Rose Bowl vs. the Oregon Ducks on January 2, 2012, Wilson had 19 pass completions on 25 attempts for 296 yards, 18 rushing yards, and 3 touchdowns (2 passing, 1 rushing). The Badgers lost the game 38-45.[37]

Wilson finished the season with 33 passing touchdowns, which set the single season record at Wisconsin and was the second-most in Big Ten history behind Drew Brees during the 1998 season at Purdue (39).[38] Wilson also set the single season FBS record for passing efficiency (191.8).[39]

On January 28, 2012, Wilson completed his college football career at the 2012 Senior Bowl.

[edit] Statistics Year School Passing Rushing Comp Att Yds TD Int Pct Eff Att Yds Avg TD 2008 NC State 150 275 1,955 17 1 54.5 133.9 116 394 3.4 4 2009 NC State 224 378 3,027 31 11 59.3 147.8 103 260 2.5 4 2010 NC State 308 527 3,563 28 14 58.4 127.5 143 435 3.0 9 2011 Wisconsin 225 309 3,175 33 4 72.8 191.8 79 338 4.3 6 College totals 907 1,489 11,720 109 30 60.9 147.2 441 1,427 3.2 23 [edit] Baseball career

After graduating from high school, Wilson was selected by the Baltimore Orioles with the 5th pick in the 41st round (1222nd overall) of the 2007 MLB Draft.[40] Wilson instead elected to attend NC State that fall. In a 2008 interview Wilson said, "I was leaning towards [entering the draft], but a college education is something you'll always have."[14]

[edit] College baseball This section requires expansion. (August 2012)

Wilson was a member of the NC State Wolfpack baseball team from 2008-2010.[41]

[edit] Tri-City Dust Devils

On June 8, 2010, Wilson was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the fourth round (140th pick overall) of the 2010 MLB Draft.[42] That summer he played 32 games as a second baseman for the Tri-City Dust Devils, the Class A Short Season affiliate of the Rockies in the Northwest League. He finished the season with 2 home runs, 11 runs batted in (RBIs), and a .230 batting average.[4][43]

[edit] Asheville Tourists

In the summer of 2011, Wilson played 61 games with the Asheville Tourists, the Class A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies in the South Atlantic League. He had 3 home runs, 15 RBIs, and a .228 batting average.[4]

In January 2012, Wilson informed the Rockies that he would be pursuing a career in the NFL and would not report to spring training for the 2012 season.[44]

[edit] NFL career [edit] 2012 NFL Draft

On January 16, 2012, Wilson began training for the NFL Scouting Combine at the IMG Madden Football Academy in Bradenton, Florida.[45][46]

Pre-draft measureables Ht Wt Arm length Hand size 40-yd dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert Broad BP 5 ft 11 in 203 lb 31 in 10¼ in 4.55 s 4.09 s 6.97 s 34 in 9 ft 10 in All values from NFL Combine[47]

Prior to the 2012 NFL Draft, Wilson had been projected by NFL scouts and analysts to be a middle-round pick.[48] In February 2012, former NFL quarterback and director of the IMG Madden Football Academy Chris Weinke said of Wilson, "If he was 6-5, he'd probably be the No. 1 pick in the draft."[45] On April 11, 2012, ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden said, "The only issue with Russell Wilson is his height. That might be the reason he's not picked in the first couple rounds."[49]

On April 27, 2012, Wilson was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the third round (75th pick overall) of the draft.[50]

[edit] 2012 season Wilson in the Jets vs. Seahawks game on November 11, 2012

Wilson signed a four-year, $2.99 million contract with the Seahawks on May 7, 2012.[5] He made his debut on August 11, 2012 in the second half of the first Seahawks preseason game vs. the Tennessee Titans. Wilson finished with 12 pass completions on 16 attempts for 124 yards, a 39 yard touchdown pass to Braylon Edwards, and an interception. He also led the team in rushing with 59 yards on 4 attempts and a 32-yard touchdown for a 27-17 win.[51] Wilson had his first preseason start on August 24 against the Kansas City Chiefs, finishing with 13 pass completions on 19 attempts for 185 yards and two touchdown passes, along with two rushing attempts totaling 58 yards.[52]

On August 26, 2012, Wilson was named the Seahawks starting quarterback for the 2012 season after competing with Matt Flynn and Tarvaris Jackson for the position.[6]

On September 9, 2012, Wilson made his regular season debut in a 20-16 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Wilson threw 18 completions on 34 attempts for 153 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception.[53] In the third regular season game against the Green Bay Packers, the Seahawks won 14-12 on a controversial hail mary touchdown pass to Golden Tate.[54] The contentious nature of the replacement officials' decision on the play is widely considered to have been the tipping point that led to an agreement being reached to end the 2012 NFL referee lockout.[55][56]

Wilson earned Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week honors for his week 10 performance in a 28-7 win over the New York Jets. He threw 12 completions on 19 attempts for 188 yards and 2 touchdowns, along with 7 rushing attempts for 34 yards.[57] Wilson was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week and FedEx Air Player of the Week for his week 13 performance in the 23-17 Seahawks win over the Chicago Bears.[58] In the week 17 game against the St. Louis Rams on December 30, 2012, Wilson tied the all-time record for touchdown passes thrown by a rookie quarterback (26) set in 1998 by Peyton Manning.[59]

Wilson finished the 2012 regular season ranked 4th in the NFL in passer rating (100.0), beating the previous rookie record set by Ben Roethlisberger in 2004 (98.1). He earned NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month honors for December 2012 after the Seahawks went 5-0 and Wilson achieved a passer rating of 115.2.[60]

Wilson led the Seahawks to the playoffs in his first season. After leading a comeback and defeating the NFC East champion Washington Redskins in the wild card round, 24-14, Wilson and the Seahawks suffered a 30-28 loss to the NFC South champion Atlanta Falcons in the divisional round.[61]

[edit] Endorsements

On April 26, 2012, Wilson announced he had chosen French/West/Vaughan as his marketing, public relations and endorsements agency.[62] In September 2012, shortly after being named the starting quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks, Wilson filmed his first commercial for Levi's as part of its "Go Forth" campaign. The commercial debuted on September 18, 2012.[63][64]

[edit] Personal life

Wilson married his long-time girlfriend Ashton Meem on January 14, 2012 in Richmond, Virginia. They have two dogs: a beagle, Penny, and a dachshund, Cali.[18][65] Wilson is a devout Christian, and often references his faith in press conferences and interviews. He also posts daily Bible verses on his Twitter feed.[66]

When asked how he celebrated after learning he had won the starting quarterback job for the Seattle Seahawks, Wilson said he watched episodes of his favorite TV show, Entourage.[67]

[edit] Charitable work

Wilson is an active volunteer in the Seattle community. During the NFL season, Wilson makes weekly visits on his days off to the Seattle Children's Hospital, and has also visited with soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.[12][68] In the offseason, Wilson hosts the Russell Wilson Passing Academy, a youth football camp in Richmond, Virginia. Proceeds from the camp go to the Charles Ray III Diabetes Association, for which Wilson is the National Ambassador.[69][70][71]

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June 5, 2012. http://www.fwv-us.com/blog/nfl-quarterback-russell-wilson-helps-battle-diabetes. Retrieved August 29, 2012. ^ Twitter / RWPassAcademy: The @RWPassAcademy Tours 5 [edit] External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Russell Wilson Official website Seattle Seahawks bio Wisconsin Badgers bio NC State Wolfpack bio Career statistics and player information from ESPN • CBS Sports • Fox Sports • SI.com Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors) Russell Wilson on Twitter v t e Wisconsin Badgers starting quarterbacks Coatta Haluska J. Miller Hackbart R. 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