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Name: Collin Wilder (Transfer from Houston)
College: Wisconsin     Number: 18
Height: 5-10   Weight: 195
Position: SS  Pos2: FS
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.62
   40 Time: 4.69
  40 High: 4.75

> Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 5103
Weight: 195

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Dates: 03/09/22
Hand: 08 3/4  Arm: 30 1/8
Wingspan: 70 1/2

Height: 5103
Weight: 195
40 Yrd Dash: 4.69
20 Yrd Dash: 2.62
10 Yrd Dash: 1.55
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 11
Vertical Jump: 34
Broad Jump: 09'08"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.43
3-Cone Drill: 6.88

40 Time Range: 4.66-4.71/Projected 4.62


 Data Scout Notes: 2021: HMC...2020: NAC...Transfer from Houston

 Collin Wilder, Wisconsin, Player News

  10/31/21 - SS Collin WilderrSr/2022, Wisconsin, 5-10, 195 (DS#60 SS) + More +

  Wisconsin safety Collin Wilder was planning his Halloween costume this week when he bought a red and white hat for $7 at a mall and wrote a message on it with a Sharpie. Just like that, he came up with the object that best symbolizes how the Badgers have turned their season around. Wisconsin forced three turnovers and produced six sacks in a 27-7 victory over No. 9 Iowa on Saturday that enabled the Badgers to maintain control of their destiny in the Big Ten West Division race. Each time a Wisconsin player made a big play on defense, he wore Wilder's hat with the homemade slogan, "The Grit Factory." Consider it a more blue-collar, Midwestern version of Miami's turnover chain. "That's the mentality of this whole program, is grit," said Wilder, who intended to dress up as a factory worker or mechanic for Halloween. "I feel like that's what this program was built on. When you talk about the grit factory, this is the factory of grit - the University of Wisconsin." That mentality has helped Wisconsin (5-3, 3-2 Big Ten) win four straight after losing three of its first four games. "A lot of people counted us out," said Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz, who scored on two quarterback sneaks and threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Jake Ferguson. "Everybody in that locker room, that never even crossed our mind." Wisconsin's Braelon Allen rushed for 104 yards on 20 attempts. The 17-year-old freshman has run for over 100 yards in four straight games after totaling just 12 carries in Wisconsin's first four games. - Wisconsin/AP College Football

(DS#60 SS) rSr/2022 SS Collin WilderWisconsin
News Source: Wisconsin/AP College Football
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  12/24/20 - SS Collin WilderrSr/2022, Wisconsin, 5-10, 195 (DS#60 SS) + More +

  Although the NCAA earlier this year gave seniors the option of returning in 2021, Wisconsin appears set to lose four defensive starters and several other key players after the Duke's Mayo Bowl. UW officials revealed Wednesday on Twitter that defensive ends Isaiahh Loudermilk and Garrett Rand, cornerback Caesar Williams, fullback Mason Stokke, offensive tackle Cole Van Lanen and safety Eric Burrell will not return next season. All are winter graduates. Burrell obtained his master's degree. Those graduates who plan to return next season are safety Collin Wilder, safety Scott Nelson, wide receiver Jack Dunn, defensive end Matt Henningsen, linebacker Mike Makalunas and reserve safety Tyler Mais. - Journal Sentinel

(DS#60 SS) rSr/2022 SS Collin WilderWisconsin
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