Wilson sees Recruiting Success as SR Year Looms

Article contributed by: Gio De La Pena

As spring practice looms around the corner, prospects all over Georgia are starting to receive offers from all corners of the nation. Gwinnett County is a hotbed for college recruiting, with what is questionably the most loaded county with football talent in the state. From Power 5 to D3 and JUCO schools, colleges all over the country know they can come to Gwinnett to find top-quality talent.

One 2020 player getting a lot of attention is Parkview linebacker, #6 Kobe Wilson. With his breakout season happening during Parkview’s undefeated regular season last year, Wilson had well over 100 tackles, and physical qualities that will attract top programs.

He currently has offers from Troy, Coastal Carolina, South Alabama, Liberty, Georgia State, Naval Academy, Samford, Bowling Green, Mercer, Howard, Georgia Southern, Memphis, Furman, Southern University, and his first Power 5 in Pittsburgh.

When asked about his team’s upcoming season, Kobe has this to say: “This year is more of a statement year for us because last year we were pretty young all around but still managed to be 10-0 coming out of the regular season because our whole mentality was to just prove everyone wrong…this season we have more returning starters to help contribute to winning a state championship.”

Be sure to checkout Kobe Wilson’s profile on Recruit Georgia and be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest recruiting news. 

Article contributed by: Gio De La Pena


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