Johnny Wilson reportedly makes decision on 2024 NFL Draft
Johnny Wilson is ending his time with Florida State early, per a report by ESPN’s Pete Thamel.
Fans will still have a chance to see him play in Senior Bowl, however. Wilson is projected to be a Top 100 pick in next year’s draft.
Wilson is one of the taller receivers in college football, coming in at 6-foot-7. He finished with 617 receiving yards, which was 2nd on the team this year.
Florida State wide receiver Johnny Wilson (@jjohnnywilson) tells ESPN that he’s leaving school for the NFL Draft. Wilson, a redshirt junior, is projected by scouts as a Top 100 pick. Wilson tells ESPN that he plans to play in the @seniorbowl. pic.twitter.com/ak47Ij3xzy
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) December 6, 2023
He appeared in 10 out of the 13 games for the Seminoles this season. Wilson missed the games against Syracuse, Wake Forest, and Pitt due to injury.
This decision comes after Florida State was left out of the College Football Playoff. The Seminoles went undefeated and won the ACC title over Louisville, however they didn’t make it into the top 4 of the playoff rankings.
It looks like Wilson’s teammates will be without him for the Orange Bowl with Georgia. That game will be on Dec. 30 with kickoff starting at 4 p.m. ET.