Wilson has a leader

McKees Rocks (Pa.) Montour wide receiver Devin Wilson just concluded his season. A huge senior year has seen interest rise particularly from one school recently as he eyes a pair of visits coming up.
"We finished 9-2 on the season," he said. "I thought I had a really good year. I had over 1,000-yards receiving and a little under 500-yards rushing.
"This year I was kind of the main tool of our offense. I think I definitely showed I'm more versatile than just being an outside receiver. I can do a bit of everything."
The big year for football has seen Wilson get new interest popping up.
"I still have offers from Akron, NC State, Ohio and Temple," he said. "Penn State has picked up interest in football more. They want to bring in a receiver and they call every week."
Even at this late date, Wilson hasn't made a choice on which sport he'll play at the next level.
"I haven't picked a sport or anything," he said. "I think I'm going to choose a school and then if I get an offer I'll play either sport."
Wilson has taken visits to a few schools recently including Temple, Penn State, Drexel and Rider. Wilson holds basketball scholarships from Drexel, St. Bonaventure, Rider, Akron and Robert Morris.
So, does he like anyone?
"Out of the offers, they are all still the same," he said. "But, Penn State would move up to the No. 1 spot if they offered. It's about what the campus was and the coaching staff. I like the way they are doing things up there. I just like their whole scheme and the players they are bringing in. They need them to come in and play early and not many guys get scholarships from them, so if you do you're someone they really want."