Illinois LB Martez Wilson, largely ranked as the best ILB in this year’s draft class and profiled on the home page of Buffalobills.com today (Friday), has often been compared to a certain Miami Dolphins linebacker in terms of skills and playmaking ability.
Wilson has drawn comparisons to the Dolphins Karlos Dansby with a similar build and playing style. The Fighting Illini naturally doesn’t mind the comparisons.
“I’ve heard that a lot,” Wilson said. “I could definitely see myself as a similarity to Karlos. We’re both tall and got long arms. Actually our play styles are very similar. That’s a great comparison, he’s a great linebacker. Just to have that type of comparison, someone who is
in the NFL is just a great accomplishment.”
Much like Dansby did in the 2004 draft when he was taken 33rd overall, Wilson figures to go somewhere in the top of round two.
Tags: 2011 NFL draft, Martez Wilson
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