November 15, 2007
Davidson juniors turning heads
The Mobile area will no doubt be a hot location for college football recruiters who are working on their 2009 classes, and one of the most popular stops in the city will be Davidson High School which will feature at least three Division I prospects. The headliner is 6-foot, 175-pound Keiron Wilson, a lightning-fast linebacker for the Warriors who will be recruited as a safety at the next level.
Wilson was one of the more dominant defenders in the Mobile area this fall, racking up 84 total tackles - including 58 solos - seven tackles for a loss, four sacks, two caused fumbles, one fumble recovery and three pass break-ups.
"Keiron turned heads at the Alabama camp this summer when they clocked him electronically at a 4.48," said Davidson Coach Fred Riley. "I think their coaching staff collectively just looked around and wondered what the streak was that just flew by. His game is speed and being physical. He flies to the football and brings a load when he gets there."
Wilson was also a big-play specialist on defense for Davidson, returning a fumble recovery 52 yards for a touchdown in a 38-35 loss to Blount and piling up three sacks in a game against Murphy.
Wilson visted the Capstone on an unofficial visit this fall when he took in the Alabama-LSU game.
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