Hurricane has 198 student-athletes honored
Lack of depth doesn't stop Tulsa tight ends
Junior Cody Green tops post-spring depth chart at quarterback
Cody Green tosses three TD passes
Dorris dominates on defense, Henderson scores twice on offense
Tulsa - A returning letterwinner . . . has played in 15 career games . . . made the move from linebacker to offense in spring drills . . . enrolled at Tulsa in January 2009 at mid-semester after completing his high school education at Lincoln Christian High School . . . 2011 - Saw limited action in three games on special teams . . . 2010 - Played in 12 games and started two contests -- East Carolina and Rice . . . missed the Bowling Green game . . . tallied 20 stops, including 10 solos . . . earned Conference USA all-freshman team honors . . . registered a season-best five stops against Rice . . . had three tackles against Tulane . . . also totaled two tackles and one stop for -2 yards at Notre Dame . . . started the season opener against East Carolina and had three tackles . . . 2009 - Was one of several freshmen to sit out due to red-shirt status . . . Overall - Had a solid spring . . . a tough, hard-nosed player . . . made a smooth transition from defense to the H-back/tight end position . . . possesses good hands . . . an intelligent player who pays attention to details . . . was sharp on his assignments in the spring . . . named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll in each of his three years.
High School - Was a two-year letterwinner and starter at Lincoln Christian High School . . . did not begin playing football until his junior year . . . earned Tulsa World and The Oklahoman first-team all-state accolades . . . was credited with 168 tackles, six quarterback sacks, one interception for a touchdown, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries as a senior . . . also caught 13 passes for 196 yards and two TDs . . . named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association all-state first team . . . earned first-team Tulsa World all-metro honors . . . received a three-star rating by Rivals.com and Scout.com . . . ranked as the No. 26th prospect in Oklahoma by Rivals.com . . . rated as the 68th top outside linebacker in the nation by Rivals.com . . . was named the 2A-7 District Player of the Year as a senior . . . earned second-team Small School All-America honors by MaxPreps . . . helped his team post a two-year record of 23-2 . . . high school coach was Darren Melton.
Personal - Favorite NFL team is the New England Patriots . . . his favorite movie is Gladiator . . . favorite sports movie is Space Jam . . . his favorite pro athlete is NBA all-star Blake Griffin . . . his favorite NFL player is Peyton Hillis . . . the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder is his favorite professional sports team . . . the three words he uses to best describe himself are "Christian, hard-working and loving" . . . favorite book is the Bible . . . favorite childhood game was Super Nintendo . . . a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . his brother, Roman, plays football at Princeton . . . parents are Curtis and Shelly Wilson . . . his father played college football at Missouri and in the NFL with the New England Patriots and Detroit Lions . . . graduated in December 2011 with a degree in communication . . . currently working on his master's degree in Education . . . born March 27, 1990 in Columbia, Missouri.
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