Wilson's a dynamic and explosive athlete that has ridiculous movability for his size. He's 320 lbs, but he is able to move like a 260lb EDGE player. He has an incredible first step and is able to get up and out of his stance extremely well. Able to jump multiple gaps at the LOS easily or potentially even be a presence off the edge. Phenomenal lateral agility and ability to track down the ball-carrier and make a play. Lacks refined pass rush technique. Plays with good leverage, but doesn't have the ability to string together pass rush moves to get by a blocker. Operates better in space than he does in close quarters. Good power relative to his size, but he's very rarely shocking and driving blockers backwards. Able to bully through TEs and smaller interior lineman, but gets stonewalled when he comes across a lineman who can anchor. Good mental processing ability and keeps his eyes active in the backfield. Able to get out of his block ahead of time and put himself in the way of the incoming ball-carrier. Plays with a relentless motor. Constantly moving and chasing down the QB or ball-carrier. Solid in run defense for an exterior presence on the line. However, does not possess the pure anchor ability to take on multiple blockers. Overall, Wilson's an incredibly athletic interior presence, but he's a bit of a misfit based on his body type and his skillset. Based on his size, he'd figure to be an interior presence as a 3-4 DE or even a 4-3 DT. However, the skillset doesn't match what those positions are going to be asked to do. There's a possibility that a NFL team could get creative and deploy Wilson as a 4-3 DE and ask him to rush on the outside. He has the speed and athleticism, along with decent bend, to be a factor off the edge. It all comes down to whether a team is going to want to use him that way and how they value that role. Wilson's draft stock is going to be a complete guess.