You asked: What college did Russell Wilson go to?

What college did Russell Wilson go too?

Russell Wilson

No. 3 – Seattle Seahawks
High school: Collegiate School (Richmond, Virginia)
College: NC State (2007–2010) Wisconsin (2011)
NFL Draft: 2012 / Round: 3 / Pick: 75
Career history

What year did Russell Wilson graduate college?

On January 28, 2012, Wilson completed his college football career by playing in the 2012 Senior Bowl. He graduated from Wisconsin in May 2012 with a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis.

How many college offers did Russell Wilson have?

Russell Wilson walks up the sideline while in uniform for the Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia. After a decorated prep career, Wilson’s only Power Five offers came from NC State and Duke. Credit: Collegiate School, Richmond, Va.

What college did Tom Brady go to?

What was Tom Brady’s record in college? In Brady’s four years at Michigan, the Wolverines went 40-9, including a 20-5 record when Brady moved into a starting role as a junior and senior. Michigan went 10-3 in 1998 and 10-2 in 1999.

Where did Aaron Rodger go to college?

Patrick Mahomes started his trajectory to NFL stardom as a backup quarterback and a baseball player at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.

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What college did Josh Allen go to?

Carson received multiple offers before committing to Oklahoma State. Chris played two seasons at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kansas east of Wichita, then transferred to Oklahoma State in 2015 to play under coach Mike Gundy.

Where did JJ Watt go to college?

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson discusses his return from injury after missing three games with a finger injury. When Russell Wilson injured the middle finger on his throwing hand in Seattle’s Week 5 game against the Rams, the initial diagnosis was one he refused to accept.

What was Russell Wilson GPA in high school?

As he grew as a quarterback at NC State, Wilson’s game steadily improved. He threw for 177 yards per game as a freshman, jumped to 252 as a sophomore, and then jumped again to 274 as a junior (and earned a 4.0 GPA to boot).