High School: Was a three-year letterwinner at Jenks High School . . . was a member of three consecutive Class 6A state championship teams, while his team compiled a 39-3 record in those three seasons . . . was a three-year starter at linebacker and a two-year starter at tight end as well . . . named to the Tulsa World Blue-Chip list . . . was a second-team all-metro performer by the Tulsa World as a senior . . . played in only five games as a senior due to injury . . . suffered an ankle injury in the fourth game of the season, but returned for the state playoffs . . . scored the winning touchdown in the 1999 state championship game . . . was credited with 68 tackles, 10 stops for lost yardage and three sacks his senior season . . . was named the team's defensive player of the game for four games over his final two seasons . . . had 118 stops, 20 tackles for lost yardage and five sacks as a junior . . . for his career, totaled 150 yards receiving with seven TDs, and 224 tackles with 32 tackles for lost yardage and 10 sacks . . . high school coach was Allan Trimble.
Personal: Favorite musical group is the Dave Matthews Band . . . the most memorable place he has visited is the Cayman Islands . . . his favorite NFL player is Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and his favorite NFL team is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers . . . Michael Jordan is his favorite athlete . . . his favorite movie is Dumb and Dumber . . . enjoys scuba diving . . . his craziest ambition is to skydive . . . lists winning three state high school football championships as his biggest sports thrill . . . his father, Mark, played baseball at Oklahoma State . . . parents are Mark and Jan Wiltshire . . . majoring in finance . . . born June 27, 1981.
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