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Ramik Wilson | Linebacker

Team: Georgia Bulldogs
Age / DOB:  (22) / 8/19/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 232

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NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein ranks Georgia LB Ramik Wilson as the No. 9 linebacker in the class.
"Wilson could use more thump in his game. He will occasionally flash explosiveness, but we don't see it enough," Zierlein wrote. "Productive over the last two years, with ability to come in and help on special teams. Attack- oriented defense could turn Wilson into a more urgent player, but he might have to prove he can be more than just a backup linebacker." The analyst likens Wilson to Zaviar Gooden. "I think he can play inside in a 3-4 as long as he's not the 'take on' linebacker. In a 4-3, I think the SAM then WILL are his best spots in that order. I'm a little worried that he could get picked on in coverage in our league," said an NFC area scout. Mar 30 - 12:11 AM
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Georgia LB Ramik Wilson is in the process of scheduling visits with four NFL teams.

Those teams include the Dolphins, Chiefs, Rams and Buccaneers. Wilson is an intriguing day three name at off line of scrimmage linebacker. Our favorite in that range is Kansas' Ben Heeney.
Mar 19 - 12:35 PM

Georgia senior ILB Ramik Wilson accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl.

The inside linebacker probably projects best on the outside in a 4-3 alignment due to his athleticism and speed. Wilson struggles to break away when offensive lineman get their mitts on him, and it's essential that he proves to scouts that he's improved in this area. Wilson is the type of prospect who could shoot up boards with an impressive off-season, or tumble into Day 3-afterthought territory.
Source: Senior Bowl
Tue, Dec 9, 2014 08:00:00 PM

Georgia senior LB Ramik Wilson "is not the elite prospect that his breakout 2013 production suggests," writes CBS Sports' Rob Rang, "at least not yet."

Last season, Wilson became the third Bulldog to lead the SEC in total tackles (133), earning First Team all-conference honors. "From an NFL perspective, however, Wilson currently projects best on the outside in a traditional 4-3 alignment," Rang wrote. "Wilson relies on his athleticism to run around blockers on his way to the ball-carrier, struggling to disengage when opponents get their hands on him. It isn't that he lacks physicality. While most of the tackles viewed on tape were solid wrap-ups, Wilson can explode into ball-carriers for impressive collisions. He does not possess the functional power, at this time, however, to take on and shed blockers in the hole, often resorting to backpedaling and spinning away from opponents to escape or 'rassling ball-carriers to the ground with arm tackles. Either way, he was giving up yardage in doing so." Wilson must improve his "take-on power" to vault up draft boards, according to the expert.
Source: CBS Sports
Sun, Aug 17, 2014 12:52:00 AM

Georgia senior LB Ramik Wilson returned to practice on Wednesday for the first time in a week and a half.

"The senior is going through drills in a non-contact jersey this morning. Wilson had been out after sustaining a concussion," beat writer Marc Weiszer writes. Many evaluators have ranked Wilson has one of, if not the top, inside linebacker prospect in the country. We have not spotlighted his game yet, but Wilson sounds like one to watch.
Wed, Aug 13, 2014 11:02:00 AM

Georgia senior LB Ramik Wilson is sitting out practice after he "got a little banged up in the head."

The quote comes from Reggie Carter, who has stepped into Wilson's starting spot in the meantime. "Georgia hasn't confirmed Wilson sustained a concussion," beat writer Marc Weiszer said. Many media evaluators have placed Wilson as their top senior inside linebacker heading into the season.
Fri, Aug 8, 2014 10:14:00 AM

Georgia ILB Ramik Wilson ranks as ESPN analyst Mel Kiper's No. 1 senior at the position.

Wilson led the Bulldogs with 133 tackles last season. "An every-down LB with the athleticism to drop and cover, Wilson sees the game well and can cover a lot of ground," Kiper wrote. Wilson led the SEC in total tackles with 133 last year, becoming the third Bulldog to pull off the feat (Rennie Curran, 2009; Whit Marshall, 1995). Scout Inc.'s Todd McShay had Wilson going No. 23 to the Giants in his early 2015 mock draft.
Sun, Jun 15, 2014 03:14:00 PM