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Bryce Wilson continues to make steady progress in his bid to earn time in the talented and deep tight end rotation. A three-sport standout at East Pennsboro High School, he brings a strong work-ethic and physical attributes to the field and weight room. Wilson attended the same high school as another recent Nittany Lion tight end, Mickey Shuler, who was signed by the Buffalo Bills in the spring, and has three years of NFL experience.
2012 (Sophomore Season)
Wilson made good progress in the Nittany Lions' new offensive system, but did not see any game action.
2011 (Freshman Season)
Wilson was a two-way standout at East Pennsboro High School, playing tight end and defensive end. He was an All-Mid-Penn Conference selection for Coach Todd Stuter. A team captain, Wilson also earned All-Sentinel honors at tight end after making 14 catches for 211 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior. He recorded four tackles for loss during his senior season. Wilson also lettered in baseball and basketball.
Full name is Bryce James Wilson. He is the son of Mark and Becky Wilson and has an older sister, Katie, and a younger brother, Austin. Katie played soccer at Robert Morris University and an uncle, Rick Wilson, played football at Central Michigan. Wilson enjoys fishing and golfing. He is a kinesiology student and is interested in pursuing a career as a dentist or chiropractor. Born May 30, 1992 in Mechanicsburg, Pa.
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