"The script included all the throws necessary to play at the next level," NFL agent Tom Condon told the Razorback Nation. "We wanted to see him execute. You want to see consistent accuracy."
"Terry Shea, (NFL quarterback consultant) my coach down in Bradenton (Fla.) as well as (former NFL QB) Chris Weinke, we sat down on the board and analyzed the guys we wanted to run certain routes and I thought it was really good," Wilson added. "They did a great job of involving all the guys."
Wilson wasn't perfect but he came close, completing 58 of the 62 scripted throws. Included in the 58 catches were several bombs to former Razorback Chris Gragg. That may have answered questions about Wilson's ability to deliver the deep ball although Condon claims that none of the teams he's talked to have any concerns about Wilson's accuracy on long, medium or short passes.
"I would like to go sixty-two of sixty-two," Wilson said with a smile, "but fifty-eight or fifty-seven of whatever it was was a pretty good day so I'll take that and move forward."
Various NFL draft analysts have Wilson going anywhere from the 1st round to as low as the 5th. Condon is telling his client to pay no attention to the speculation.
"None of those guys are going to draft a player," Condon noted. "The only people that count are the thirty-two teams and their personnel departments. All you can do is focus on the task at hand and he's done that."
So what's next for Wilson?
"Individual meetings will start and there will be a number of teams that come to Arkansas," Wilson explained. "There will be some where I go to their place and do interviews. Then right around the corner is the draft the last week of April."