Seminoles will play host to Huskers on December 1 in Tallahassee.
Seminoles close out regular season againt Orange on Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
ON WILSON: The all-time school record holder with 129 career games played...played on two NIT Tournament Teams (2004 and 2006)...most valuable player 2005 Orange Bowl Classic vs. Nebraska...ranks 11th in school history with 110 career 3-point field goals made...ranks 11th in school history with 300 career 3-point field goals attempted...ranks tied for 10th in school history with a career .367 3-point field goal percentage...tied the school record for ACC games with seven 3-point field goals made vs. Virginia on Feb. 18, 2006...also made seven 3-point field goals in an ACC game against North Carolina on Feb. 21, 2004...the only player in school history to make at least seven 3-point field goals in multiple ACC games...ranks 12th in school history with a .765 career free throw percentage...shot better than 70 percent from the line in five of his six years and led the team with a .808 mark as a freshman during the 2000-01 season...earned his master's degree in sport administration in April of 2006 after earning his bachelor's degree in sport management in April of 2004...played as a graduated student in 2005 and 2006 while earning his master's degree...became the first player in ACC history to play at least one game in six different seasons...entered Florida State and played his first game during the fall of 2000 (Nov. 17 vs. Florida) and finished his career and played his last game during the spring of 2006 (March 21, 2006 vs. Butler)... played in four complete seasons (2000-01, 2003-04, 2004-05 and 2005-06) and received medical redshirt exceptions during two seasons (2001-02 and 2002-03)...played in all 30 of the Seminoles' games as a true freshman during the 2000-01 season before being hit by the injury bug...played one game during the 2001-02 season before injuring his knee and was a starter in the first five games of the 2002-03 season before injuring his right wrist...had surgery to remove excess bone close to the attachment of the Achilles' Tendon to the heel of his right foot in April of 2004...the surgery was performed to give the tendon more room to move freely thus reducing the chances of the tendon becoming inflamed...played the entire 2003-04 season with the painful condition and it limited his practice and playing time throughout the season...played in 93 of the Seminoles' 94 games in his last three seasons (2004, 2005 and 2006) including the final 90 consecutive games of his career...despite all of his injuries he did not miss a game from Dec. 1, 2003 through the Seminoles' second round NIT game against South Carolina on March 21, 2006...started 52 games during his career including 47 in his final three seasons... played the 100th game of his career in the 2005-06 season opener against Jacksonville...recognized as the Seminoles' hardest worker off the court during his career and grew to be a true student of the game...spent countless hours in the film room dissecting his next opponent as he is often charged with guarding the opponents' top player during his career as a Seminole...earned four awards at the Seminoles' 2005-06 season ending banquet: most outstanding student athlete, top sixth man, top 3-point shooter and his senior/captains award...named to the ACC Academic Team three times during his career...named to the ACC Honor Roll 4 times during his career...earned Dean's List honors 3 times during his career and has been in the 3.0 club another 4 times during his career...earned a 4.0 grade point average in his graduate work during the fall 2005 semester
AS A SENIOR (2006): Averaged 6.3 points (sixth on the team), 1.8 rebounds (seventh) and led the team with a career-high 40 3-point field goals made...shot a career-high .500 (41-of-82) from the 3-point line, a career-high .517 from the field (61-of-118) and .765 from the free throw line (26-of-34)...season-high 21 points on a career-high tying seven 3-point field goals made against Virginia Feb. 18...his seven 3-point field goals against Virginia in scoring 21 points also tied his career-high for field goals made in a single game...established career-highs for field goals made (61), field goals attempted (118), field goal shooting percentage (.517), 3-point field goals made (41), 3-point field goals attempted (82) and steals (10)...scored in double figures a single-season career-high eight times (including four times in ACC play and against South Carolina in the second round of the NIT) after scoring in double figures eight times during the first five years of his career...multiple 3-point shots came against seven different teams including seven against Virginia, three against Florida, four against Nebraska (Dec. 31) and three against Georgia Tech (Feb. 9)...was one of only five Seminole players to score 20 or more points in a single game during the 2005-06 season with his 21-point outburst against Virginia...scored the game-winning 3-point basket with 1:32 remaining in the Seminoles' victory over Ga. Tech Feb. 9...named the MVP of the Seminoles' victory over Nebraska in a vote by the media in attendance at the Orange Bowl Classic with 15 points, 2 assists and 1 steal in 25 minutes of play...scored 14 points, pulled down one rebound and added one assist in 23 minutes against Virginia Tech Jan. 7...totaled 18 points and 1 rebound in 24 minutes of play vs. Wake Forest...scored 13 points and 2 rebounds in 23 minutes of play against Florida Nov. 25...the Seminoles' top 3-point shooting specialist who made a single-season career-high 41 3-point shots during the season (1.4 3FGM/G)...led the Seminoles as he made 21 3-point shots in 16 ACC games (1.3 3FGM/G) and shot a team-leading .477 from the bonusphere in league games...led the Seminoles in scoring three times as a senior with 13 points against Florida (Nov. 29), 18 points against NIT Participant Wake Forest (Jan, 24) and 21 points against NIT Participant Virginia...tied for the team lead with five rebounds in the Seminoles' victory over Georgia Tech in Tallahassee...(vs. Boston College): scored 0 points and pulled down 0 rebounds in 15 minutes of play against NCAA Tournament participant Boston College in Chestnut Hill (Jan. 14) in the Seminoles' first ever visit to play at the newly initiated ACC school...played seven first half minutes as the Seminoles jumped to as much as an 11-point first half lead and held a 38-34 halftime advantage...(vs. Clemson): averaged 5.0 points and 3.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Clemson...scored four points and pulled down three rebounds in 19 minutes of play as the Seminoles defeated the Tigers in Tallahassee (Feb. 1)...all four points came in the second half and helped the Seminoles hold back the Tigers as they tied the game on two occasions in the final 20 minutes...totaled six points and four rebounds as Florida State traveled to play in Clemson (Jan. 4)...was a perfect three-of-three from the field in the first half for six points and had three rebounds in the second half as the Seminoles tried for the win on the road...(vs. Duke): averaged 3.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant and ACC Champion Duke...scored six points and was credited with two assists in 28 minutes as a starter on Senior Night in the Seminoles' victory over No. 1 ranked Duke in Tallahassee (March 1)...all five points came in the first half as Florida State raced to a 36-33 halftime lead...an early 3-point shot put the Seminoles up 11-7 with 15:04 left in the first half and a lay-up with 3:56 left in the first half gave Florida State their largest lead of game (+12, 31-19) as the intermission approached...made the second of two free throw shots with 15 seconds left in the game to seal the victory...Wilson's free throw shot put the Seminoles up 77-72 in the 79-74 win...was on the court when the Seminoles' claimed the monumental victory...held scoreless but had one rebound in 11 minutes as the Seminoles nearly pulled off the huge upset against the No. 2 ranked Blue Devils in Durham (Feb. 4)...eight minutes of playing time and covered Blue Devil All-American J.J. Redick in the first half as the Seminoles held a 45-43 lead after the first 20 minutes...(vs. Georgia Tech): scored 10 points and pulled down his season-high of five rebounds in Florida State's 80-79 victory over Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Feb. 9)...it was Wilson's 3-point jump shot from the left elbow with 1:32 remaining that gave Florida State their first lead of the second half and their winning margin of 80-79...scored seven second half points as Florida State outscored the Yellow Jackets, 41-36, in the final 20 minutes to win the game...four points came on a made free throw and a 3-point shot in the span of 47 seconds to help pull the Seminoles to within eight at 56-64 with 12:24 left in the game...beginning with Wilson's free throw at the 13:09 mark, Florida State outscored Georgia Tech, 27-15, to gain the victory and their fifth ACC win of the season...all three of his made field goals against the Yellow Jackets came from beyond the 3-point arc...(vs. Maryland): scored 0 points and pulled down one rebound in the Seminoles' victory over NIT participant Maryland in Tallahassee (Feb. 22)...helped the Seminoles gain their 17 overall win and seventh ACC win of the season with the victory over the Terps...(vs. Miami): averaged 3.0 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Miami...scored three points in helping the Seminoles over the Hurricanes, 67-64, on the road in Coral Gables (March 5)...his lone basket - a 3-pointer - came in the first half and gave Florida State a 20-18 advantage with 9:36 left before halftime...the Seminoles did not trail during the reminder of the half and led 35-30 at halftime...his basket proved to be Florida State's margin of victory in the three-point victory...played 25 minutes in the win...scored three points, pulled down one rebound and had one assist as the Seminoles took the Hurricanes to overtime in Tallahassee (Jan. 29)...(vs. North Carolina): scored six points and pulled down two rebounds in Florida State's narrow one-point loss to NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...all six of his points came on a pair of 3-point shots in the first half as the Seminoles outscored the Tar Heels, 50-42, in the first half of play...both shots came within 52 seconds of each other in the first half as his first put the Seminoles up nine (43-34, 4:27 left) and his second extended their lead to 10 (46-36, 3:35 left)...(vs. NC State): scored two points and added one assist and one rebound in the Seminoles' only game of the season against NC State...(vs. Virginia): averaged 11.0 points and 1.0 rebound in two games against NIT participant Virginia...scored his season-high and came within three points of tying his career-high with 21 points in the Seminoles' victory over Virginia in Tallahassee (Feb. 18)...scored nine first half points and 12 second half points - all on 3-point shots in the victory...made three 3-point shots in a span of 3:07 of the second half to help the Seminoles hold their double-digit lead...a fourth 3-pointer came with 1:07 remaining in the game and put the exclamation mark on Florida State's victory - its sixth ACC victory of the season...Wilson's seven 3-pointers tied the school mark for 3-point shots made in an ACC game...he tied himself against North Carolina on Feb. 21, 2004 and Von Wafer against Wake Forest on Jan. 18, 2005...Wilson played his career-high of 33 minutes in the victory over the Cavaliers...scored one point and added two assists and one steal as the Seminoles won in overtime in Charlottesville (Jan. 11) for the first ACC win of the 2005-06 season...free throw shot came in the first half and gave the Seminoles a 37-31 lead on their way to a 47-45 halftime advantage...the Seminoles needed all the points they had in scoring the final five points of regulation to force the overtime period...earned two minutes of playing time as the Seminoles won the game in overtime...(vs. Virginia Tech): averaged 7.0 points and 1.0 rebounds in two games against Virginia Tech...scored 14 points to help the Seminoles to their first ACC victory of the season with a 74-68 win over the Hokies in Tallahassee (Jan. 7)...was three-of-four from the field, two-of-three from distance and six-of-seven from the free throw line as one of three Seminoles in double figure scoring in the win...10 points in the first half propelled Florida State to a 34-26 halftime lead...was a perfect four-of-four from the line in the second half including the final points of the game with six seconds remaining and the Seminoles clinging to a 73-68 advantage...it was a Wilson steal with 10 seconds remaining in the game that forced the Hokies to foul him and put him at the line for the game-ending points...earned two assists and one rebound as the Seminoles traveled to play in Blacksburg (Feb. 25)...(vs. Wake Forest): averaged 11.5 points and 1.0 rebound in one game against NIT participant Wake Forest...totaled a team-high 18 points as he made four 3-point field goals and was a perfect four-of-four from the free throw line as the Seminoles won on the road against Wake Forest, 75-68...nine points in each half in leading to the victory...three first half 3-pointers in less than four minutes helped the Seminoles to a 42-34 halftime lead...each 3-pointer stretched Florida State's lead - five (at 13:23), eight (at 11:09) and 11 (at 9:35) and helped it take the momentum to gain its second of three ACC wins on the road during the season...added two free throws with 48 seconds remaining to put the Seminoles up five at 71-66...Wilson went to the line in a one possession game and made it a two possession game...Florida State outscored Wake Forest 5-1 inside of the last minute of the game...scored five points against Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament...all five points came in the first half as the Seminoles built a 40-32 lead at halftime...(vs. Butler and South Carolina in the NIT): averaged 6.5 points and 3.0 rebounds in the Seminoles' two NIT games against Butler and South Carolina...shot .625 from the field (five-of-eight) as the Seminoles' advanced to the second round of the NIT for the second time in Wilson's career...top scoring post-season came of his career came with 11 points against South Carolina in Tallahassee (March 21)...was four-of-five from the field, a perfect one-of-one from the 3-point line and was a perfect two-of two from the free throw line...scored two points on a lay-up that drew the Seminoles to within two (64-66) with 1:30 left in the overtime period...scored seven points in nine minutes of playing time as the Seminoles took a 25-22 lead at halftime...two Wilson free throws tied the game at 12 with 10:35 left in the first half...a lay-up tied the game at 14 with 8:07 remaining and a 3-point shot gave the Seminoles a lead at 17-16 with 7:07 left on the clock - a lead they would hold on to until the early part of the second half...South Carolina won the game in the overtime period and went on to win their second consecutive NIT championship...scored two points and pulled down three rebounds in 24 minutes of play in the Seminoles first round NIT victory over Horizon League member Butler...his two points against the Bulldogs came on a lay-up with 2:04 left in the first half to give the Seminoles a 30-22 (+8 point) lead...his basket proved important as Butler closed to within as few as one (30-31) and trailed by only three at halftime (33-30)...(vs. Florida): scored 13 points and pulled down three rebounds in 23 minutes played against Florida in Gainesville (Nov. 25)...Was Florida State's leading scorer as he made four of six field goals (three-of-five from long range) and was a perfect two-of-two from the free throw line...all 13 of his points came in the first half as the Seminoles raced to a 38-30 halftime leads and led by as many 17 at the midway point of the first half...was the best outing of his career in five career games against the Gators...
AS A REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2005): Averaged 3.5 points (10th on the team), 2.3 rebounds (seventh), and 0.8 assists (fifth) while ranking third on the team with 27 3-point shots and fifth on the team with a .355 shooting percentage from the 3-point arc...established career-bests for games started (28), offensive rebounds (29), defensive rebounds (42), total rebounds (71) and rebounds per game (2.3) while tying his single-season career highs for assists (27), minutes played (652) and minutes played per game (21.0)...totaled 27 assists with three each coming against Texas A&M Corpus Christi (Nov. 22), at Maryland (Dec. 19) and at North Carolina (March 3)...at least one assists in 16 of the Seminoles 31 games...one of only five Seminoles (also Adam Waleskowski, Todd Galloway, Isaiah Swann and Diego Romero) who played in all 31 games during the season...his career-high 28 starts ranked third behind only Todd Galloway (31) and Alexander Johnson (29)...ranked fourth on the team in minutes played with 652 and a 21.0 minutes per game average - he won one of only four players to average 20 or more minutes played per game...the amount of games and number of minutes he played during the is a testimonial to his hard work and mental stamina in working with Seminole men's basketball trainer Sam Lunt...enjoyed another standout season in shooting the ball from the free throw line with a .737 success rate...he made 14 of the 19 free throw attempts he took during the season...after missing his first three attempts in the Seminoles' season opener against Texas Southern ( Nov. 19) he made 14 of his final 16 attempts (.875) of the season...led Florida State in rebounding twice - with a career-high tying seven at home against Virginia (March 6) and at home against Duke (Jan. 22)...six points on a pair of 3-pointers as the Seminoles recovered to defeat Minnesota in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge in Minneapolis (Nov. 30)...his basket in the second half helped Florida State overcome as much as a 14-point second half deficit to gain the win...three points on a first half 3-point shot to help the Seminoles win a Ole Miss (Dec. 4)...his first half trifecta boosted the Seminoles to a 44-28 halftime advantage...Wilson's basket proved to be all-important as the Rebels outscored the Seminoles 36-25 (-11) in the second half but Florida State held on for the win...six rebounds helped Florida State gain a win at home over South Alabama (Dec. 16)...(vs. Clemson) averaged 5.5 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Clemson...shot three-of-five (.600 percent) from the 3-point line in two games against the Tigers...eight points in 15 minutes as a reserve when Florida State traveled to play at Clemson (Feb. 27)...five first half points on a three-point shot and was perfect on two free throws as the Seminoles forged a 27-27 tie at halftime...helped Florida State recover from as much as an eight points deficit to take the led and go into the locker room tied...three points on a second half 3-point shot as Florida State attempted to take the victory against Clemson in Tallahassee (Jan. 12)...he shot came with 5:10 remaining in the second half and brought the Seminoles to within one at 50-49...Florida State would later soon tie the game after working itself out of as much of a nine-point hole...Clemson won the game, 56-64, on a basket with just over two minutes left in the contest...(vs. Duke) scored four points and pulled down five rebounds in the Seminoles only game against NCAA Tournament participant Duke...tied his career-high with three offensive rebounds against the Devils in the game which was played in Tallahassee (Jan. 22)...as four points came in the first half as the Seminoles looked to defeat the Blue Devils for the third time in four years in games played at home...(vs. Georgia Tech) averaged 2.0 points and 1.0 rebound in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Georgia Tech...aided in the Seminoles' comeback bid as Florida State played host to Georgia Tech in Tallahassee (Feb. 20)...scored four points on a second half basket and a pair of first half free throws...his second half basket came in the midst of Florida State's 19-7 run in the final eight minutes of the games...his lay-up came at the 5:50 mark and pulled the Seminoles to within seven at 71-64...Florida State trailed by as many as 13 in the half and took the lead on a jumper by Al Thornton with 10 seconds left on the clock...Georgia Tech stole the victory on two free throw shots by B.J. Elder with 0.4 seconds left to take the 76-75 victory...earned 23 minutes of playing time as the Seminoles traveled to play in his home state of Georgia at Georgia Tech (Feb. 2)...(vs. Maryland) scored eight points, pulled down four rebounds and was credited with a season-high tying three assists as the Seminoles played one game against NIT semifinalist Maryland...tied his season-high with three field goals and three offensive rebounds while assisting on a season-high three baskets as the Seminoles took the nationally ranked Terps into overtime before falling...six of his eight points came in the second half of the games as the Seminoles outscored Maryland, 45-38, to force overtime...all six second half points came in a two minute span of the half and helped the Florida State cut its' deficit from 10 points down to seven...Wilson's jumper with 15:52 left on the clock brought Florida State to within 10 and began a half ending 35-25 Seminole run...Florida State went from down 10 with Wilson's basket to tied at the end of regulation...the Seminoles scored the first four points of the overtime period but fell, 90-88, in the ACC opener for both teams...(vs. Miami) averaged 1.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Miami...scored three points on a 3-point shot and pulled down one rebound as the Seminoles played host to the Hurricanes in Tallahassee (Feb. 22)...two rebounds in 28 minutes as a starter as the Seminoles traveled to play at Miami (Jan. 15) as the two meet as members of the ACC for the first time...(vs. North Carolina) averaged 1.5 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA National Champion North Carolina...tied his season-high with tree assists as the Seminoles traveled to play at North Carolina (March 6)...(vs. NC State) averaged 1.5 points and 3.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...scored three points and added three rebounds as a starter to help Florida State over NC State in Raleigh (Jan. 26)...the 70-64 victory by the Seminoles was the first win over NC State in 12 tries and broke a 26-game ACC road losing streak which dated back to the end of the 2001 season...his three points came on a 3-point shot late in the first half and put Florida State up 27-23 with 1:43 remaining on the clock...his 3-point shot came in the midst of a 20-4 half ending run in the final five minutes and allowed the Seminoles to take a 33-25 lead at the intermission...the Seminoles led by at least three points during the entire second half and earned the victory...totaled three rebounds in 15 minutes of play against the Wolfpack in the first round of the ACC Tournament at the MCI Center in Washington, D.C. (March 10)...(vs. Virginia) averaged 6.0 points and 4.0 rebounds in two games against Virginia...scored three points to go along with two assists and one rebound as the Seminoles traveled to play at Virginia (Feb. 9)...his shot from the bonusphere gave Florida State a 39-27 lead with 16:14 remaining in the game...played his most complete game of the season in the regular season finale against Virginia in Tallahassee (March 6)...scored nine points and tied his career-high with seven rebounds to go along with two assists in 25 minutes of play as Florida State beat the Cavaliers, 68-63...his seven rebounds ranked Wilson as the team leader...scored all nine points in the second half as the Seminoles held off the charging Cavaliers...made three of four free throws in the final eight seconds of the game to seal the victory...Virginia had closed to four when he made two free throws with eight seconds remaining to mark the score 67-61in the Seminoles favor...he then closed out the game with a single free throw with four second left on the clock...a 3-point shot early in the second half put Florida State up 42-27 with 17:35 remaining...(vs. Virginia Tech) scored his season-high of 10 points and pulled down four rebounds in the Seminoles' only game against ACC newcomer and NIT participant Virginia Tech...one of three Seminoles in double figures as Florida State evened its ACC record at 1-1 with the win...four second half points including two late free throws to ensure the victory...his free throws with 1:12 remaining in the game put the Seminoles up 76-66 (+10) as were part of a 13-6 run to end the game and close out the Hokies...it was a Wilson lay-up that proved to be the game-winning basket with 5:07 left on the clock...Wilson scored to put the Seminoles up for good a 66-64...after Virginia Tech took at 62-61 lead with 6:04 showing on the clock, Florida State took the game over and gained the 77-70 win...(vs. Wake Forest) averaged 4.0 points and 1.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA participant Wake Forest...very active as a starter and played all five minutes of the overtime period as the Seminoles defeated No. 3 Wake Forest , 91-83, in overtime in Tallahassee for the biggest victory of the 2004-05 season for the Seminoles (Jan. 18)...zero points but two assists in the first half as the Seminoles took what looked to be a commanding 46-32 lead at the intermission...both of his assists came on 3-point shots by Von Wafer as the sophomore scored 25 first half points to lead the Seminoles to the verge of one of the biggest upsets in college basketball during the 2004-05 season...five second half points and none more important than a perfect two-of-two free throws with 27 seconds left in regulation to give the Seminoles a 76-73 advantage...Wilson's free throws loomed large as Wake Forest scored the final five points of regulation to tie the game at 76...also hit a 3-pointer with 15 minutes left in the half to put the Seminoles up 57-45...all five points were important as Wake Forest outscored the Seminoles, 44-30, to tie the game after the big Seminole lead and send the game into overtime...played all five minutes of the overtime period and pulled down on of the more important rebounds of the game for the Seminoles...pulled down a rebound of a missed shot by Al Thornton after the Deacons had cut Florida State's overtime lead to a mere two points...his rebound to a Todd Galloway lay-up in the same possession and upped the Seminoles' lead to four points once again...Wake Forest could not close that gap and the Seminoles earned their eighth victory over a ranked team in the last four years at the Donald L. Tucker Center...a starter on the road in Winston-Salem and scored three points in 16 minutes of play as Wake Forest won at home (Feb. 12)...(vs. Florida) scored three points and pulled down two rebounds in helping Florida State past Florida in the only game of the season between the in-state arch-rivals...his three points came on a second half 3-point shot and increased the Seminoles lead to 62-44 with 12:05 remaining in the game...the Seminoles never trailed in the game and led for but 1:43 of the entire 40 minute game...it was the first victory over the Gators by the Seminoles since 1997..
AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2004): Averaged 4.1 points (8th on the team), 2.0 rebounds (seventh) and 0.8 assists (tied for seventh) while shooting .394 from the 3-point line 4th) and making 28 3-point shots (4th)...established career-high statistics for games played (32), field goals made (41), field goal shooting percentage (.390), 3-point field goals made (28) and 3-point field goal percentage (.394), a starter and averaged 9.0 points in two games as the Seminoles advanced to the second round of the NIT with victories over Wichita State and Iowa State to mark the Seminoles' first appearance in the postseason and first victory in the postseason since 1998...started a career-high 17 games in 2003-04 - more than three times as many starts during the season as he had earned during the first three injury-plagued years of his career...made his first start of the season against Virginia in Charlottesville Jan. 18 and started every game for the remainder of the season...averaged x points as a starter in 17 games as compared to x in 15 games as a reserve...finished among the Seminoles leaders from 3-point range...made a single-season career-high 28 3-point shots on the season including a career-high seven at North Carolina during the season...Wilson's seven 3-point shots against the Tar Heels ranked as the most ever by a Seminole in an ACC game and are tied for third all-time by a Florida State player in a game in school history...made multiple 3-point shots in three different games (at Duke, at North Carolina and against Iowa State) and made at least one 3-point shot in 19 of the 32 games in which he played...finished among the team leaders with a .714 free throw shooting percentage to mark the third time in four years he has shot above .700 from the line during his career...made four of the most important free throws of his career with less than 16 seconds remaining in the second overtime period against Wichita State in the first round of the NIT...perfect on two with 15.1 seconds remaining and perfect on two more with 8.8 ticks left in the Seminoles' 91-84 double overtime win...was a combined seven-of-eight (.875) from the line in two games during the NIT...may have been at his best against North Carolina as he averaged 13.5 points in two games against the Tar Heels...scored his personal career-high of 24 points as the Seminoles played at North Carolina (Feb. 21)...made his career-high seven field goals (all seven were from 3-point range - also a career-high) while attempting a career-high 10 3-point field goals and he nearly helped the Seminoles rally from a large deficit in Chapel Hill...also a starter and scored three points as the Seminoles recovered from a 24-point deficit at home against North Carolina to gain the amazing victory in Tallahassee...(vs. Clemson) averaged 2.5 points and 1.0 rebounds in two games against Clemson...scored five points and pulled down two rebounds in 15 minutes as a starter as the Seminoles defeated the Tigers in Tallahassee (Feb. 14)...a first-half jumper gave the Seminoles a 22-12 lead near the midpoint of the second half...the basket came off a steal and an assist by Todd Galloway...a 3-point shot early in the second half put the Seminoles up by eight at 39-31...Florida State won the game 65-52 for its fifth ACC win of the season - one more than the team had during the entire 2002-03 season...played 10 minutes off the bench with one steal as the Seminoles traveled to play at Clemson (Jan. 13)...(vs. Duke) averaged 4.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA semifinalist Duke...scored nine points and pulled down one rebound as Florida State traveled to play No. 5 Duke in Cameron Indoor Stadium (Jan. 29)...made a team-high three 3-point field goals including one with 11:21 remaining in the second half to pull the Seminoles to within 10 at 42-32...Wilson's 3-pointer came in the beginning of a game-ending 20-14 run by the Seminoles that saw them go from 14 down (42-28) at the 13:14 mark to two down (51-49) with 1:05 left in the game...Florida State held Duke to four field goals over the final 13 minutes of the game...two rebounds and one assist in 22 minutes as the Seminoles nearly defeated Duke in Tallahassee for the third consecutive season...(vs. Georgia Tech) averaged 1.5 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament runner-up Georgia Tech...scored three points and added one rebound and two assists as the Seminoles defeated the No. 10 ranked Yellow Jackets in Tallahassee (Feb. 3)...the Seminoles gained the 81-65 (+16 point margin of victory) win as one of their most impressive wins of the season in handing Georgia Tech the worst defeat to the season...his only basket of the game was a 3-pointer in the first half to give the Seminoles a 25-17 lead...despite falling behind at the half, Florida State outscored Georgia Tech 48-30 in the second half to gain the victory...pulled down three rebounds as the Seminoles traveled to Atlanta to close out the regular season against the Yellow Jackets (March 6)...(vs. Maryland) averaged 2.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against ACC Champion and NCAA Tournament participant Maryland...scored three points and pulled down two rebounds to help Florida State past No. 24 Maryland 79-75 in Tallahassee (Dec. 28)...a late first half 3-pointer helped Florida State regain its first half lead (34-32) with 3:33 left and allowed the Seminoles to hold a 37-36 halftime lead...Florida State led virtually the entire second half and held on for its first victory over a ranked team...a first half steal with less than five minutes remaining on the clock also helped the Seminoles hold onto their lead...(vs. North Carolina) averaged 13.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...shot .615 from the field (eight-of-13) and .667 from the 3-point line against the Tar Heels during the season...a starter and played 17 minutes in Florida State's monumental comeback victory over North Carolina in Tallahassee (Jan. 22)...made one shot against the Tar Heels - with only 3:33 elapsed in the first half of the game - but it proved to be an important shot...his shot at the 17:27 mark of the first half brought the Seminoles to within two at 7-5 after the Tar Heels had taken an early five point lead...Florida State rallied from a 24-point first half deficit to defeat No. 7 North Carolina, 90-81 in overtime in Tallahassee...after falling behind 42-18 (-24 with 5:38 remaining in the first half), the Seminoles outscored the Tar Heels 72-39 over the final 30:38 of the game including 43-29 in the second half and 12-3 in the overtime period. The Seminoles shot .559 for the game -- .538 (14-of-26) in the first half, .517 (15-of-29) in the second half and a perfect 1.000 (four-of-four) in the overtime period...enjoyed the best game of his career with a career-high 24 points, 3 rebounds and two assists as the Seminoles traveled to play at North Carolina (Feb. 21)...made a career-high seven 3-point field goals - his total ranks as a near school record for ACC games...for the game, he made seven field goals, seven 3-point field goals and three-of four free throws as the Seminoles nearly rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit to come close to winning on the road in the ACC...scored 14 first half points and 13 second half points to reach his point total...on fire in both halves from the field - he was four-of-six in the first half and three-of-four in the second half...13 second half points were monumental as the Seminoles chipped away at what became an 18-point deficit to pull within one point...began Florida State's second half scoring with a 3-pointer to bring the score to 45-30 (-15) and added another three just over a minute later to bring the score to 48-38 (-10)...a third triple with 4:04 left on the clock took the margin to its slimmest of the game at 65-64 (-1) and added a free throw with 2:52 left to bring the margin to four (69-65)...(vs. NC State) averaged 3.0 points and 1.3 rebounds in three games against NCAA Tournament participant NC State...scored seven points and nearly led the Seminoles to the upset of the Wolfpack in the NCAA Tournament in Greensboro (March 12)...all seven points came in the first half and helped the Seminoles recover from as much as an eight-point deficit to lead late in the first half and trail by only one at halftime...a 3-point shot at the nine minute mark pulled the Seminoles to within three at 21-18 while a lay-up with 33 seconds remaining in the first half put the Seminoles up 31-29...earned eight minutes of playing time off the bench in Florida State's near victory over NC State at home (Jan. 18)...two points on one field goal in 21 minutes as a starter as the Seminoles played in Raleigh (Feb. 10)...(vs. Virginia) averaged 2.5 points and 4.5 rebounds in two games against NIT participant Virginia...two points and a near career-high six rebounds as the Seminoles defeated Virginia in Tallahassee (Feb.17)...a second half lay-up gave Florida State a 49-40 advantage with just under 11 minutes remaining in the game...the basket was part of a 49-30 scoring advantage in the second half to give the Seminoles their sixth ACC victory of the season...four first half rebounds as the Seminoles held the Cavaliers to .360 shooting in the half and .364 shooting from the floor for the game...made his first start of the season as Florida State traveled to play at Charlottesville (Jan. 18)...started in place of Anthony Richardson and responded with three points, three rebounds and two assists in 17 minutes played...began the second half on a high note for the Seminoles with a 3-point shot only 46 seconds after intermission to put the Seminoles up six at 33-27...(vs. Wake Forest) averaged 2.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Wake Forest...two points and two assists in 21 minutes played as the Florida State defeated No. 10 Wake Forest in Tallahassee (Jan. 25)...second half lay-up came at the start of the second half and began the Seminoles' comeback to the victory...his basket made the score 41-38 in favor of the Deacons and helped the Seminoles outscore the Deacons, 39-31, over the course of the final 20 minutes to gain the win...on defense he helped limit Wake Forest stars Jamaal Levy and Vytas Danelius to a combined 13 points on a combined five-of-nine shooting from the field...the win over the Deacons was the second in four days against a top 10 ranked team and the first time in school history the Seminoles had defeated a pair of top 10 teams in back-to-back games at home...two points four rebounds and a career-high five assists as the Seminoles took the Deacons to overtime in Winston-Salem (Feb. 25)...two second half free throws accounted for his two points in the game...(In The NIT against Wichita State and Iowa State) averaged 9.0 points and 6.0 rebounds against Wichita State and Iowa State in two games during the NIT...almost perfect from the free throw line in the two games as he was a combined seven-of-eight (.785)...was tied for second on the team in rebounds with 12 total - six in both games...played large against Wichita State (March 17) in the first round of the tournament with nine points and six rebounds...four of his nine points came in the final 15 seconds of the second overtime as he was a perfect four-of-four from the line to help the Seminoles close out the game and gain the first post season win for the program since 1998...two free throws with 15.1 seconds left gave the Seminoles an 87-82 lead and two more put the Seminoles up 89-84 with 8.8 seconds left on the clock...the four free throws were the only ones of the game for Wilson who made all four shots in front of one of the loudest crowds the Seminoles played in front of all season long...scored the first basket of the game - a 3-pointer on a assist from Adam Waleskowski to put the Seminoles up 3-0 with only 25 seconds elapsed in the game...a lay-up with just over five minutes played in the first half drew the Seminoles within two at 12-10...scored nine points and pulled down six rebounds in round two of the NIT against Iowa State (March 23)...all nine points came in the second half as Florida State outscored the Cyclones, 39-39, as they attempted to recover from a 13-point deficit at the half...began his scoring barrage as he hit two free throws with 10:57 left in the game to pull Florida State to within six at 47-41...tied the game at 47-47 less than four minutes later with a 3-point shot and scored four points in the final two minutes of the games as he attempted to will Florida State into the third round of the NIT...
AS A SOPHOMORE (2003): Averaged 7.8 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists while averaging 27.2 minutes per game in five games played...played in five games as a redshirt sophomore after suffering a torn ligament in his right wrist against Miami (Dec. 8) and underwent surgery Dec. 13...injured his wrist diving for a loose ball in the first half of the Seminoles' victory over the Hurricanes... had his wrist casted Dec. 13 and had the cast on until it was removed Feb. 7...began a rigorous rehabilitation Feb. 8 under the care of Seminoles' trainer Sam Lunt...had scored four points and pulled down one rebound in 21 minutes of play against Miami when he was injured...was injured fighting for an offensive rebound when he was pushed to the floor and landed awkwardly on his wrist...was Florida State's leader with a 28.8 minutes per game average through the first four games of the season when he was injured in game five...had played his career-high of 31 minutes in Florida State's victory over Iowa in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Dec. 2)...played at least 21 minutes in all five games played and at least 27 in four of the first five before injuring his wrist...earned the first five starts of his career as he was in the starting lineup in each of the Seminoles' first five early season games...scored his career-high of 11 points twice in the first five games of the season before injuring his wrist...scored his 11 points to go along with six rebounds and three assists in 27 minutes in the season-opener against Savannah State (Nov. 24)...was five-of-six from the line and added a career-high three assists in leading the Seminoles to the 79-46 victory over the Tigers...his strong outing against Savannah State came more than one year after his last game against Florida Nov. 16, 2001...also scored a career-high tying 11 points against Florida (Dec. 6)...tied career highs for field goals made (four), free throw percentage (1.000) and blocked shots (one) while setting a career high for defensive rebounds (5) against the Gators...blocked a single-season career-high two shots with blocks coming against Mercer (Nov. 27) and Florida...had more blocked shots in five games during the 2002-03 season (two) than he had during the first 31 games of his first two seasons (one)...made one 3-point shot in four of the five games he played in during the season...
AS A SOPHOMORE (2002): A redshirt season...suffered a sprained MCL in his right knee against Florida (Nov. 16)...played seven minutes against Florida and did not play the remainder of the season...was injured when teammate Adam Waleskowski was pushed into Wilson and caused his knee to buckle awkwardly...recorded one assist and one defensive rebound in his limited playing time...though he worked hard and attempted to get himself back on the court throughout the season, the knee did not respond as well as Florida State's medical staff hoped it would...his statistics during his one appearance count towards his overall career statistics...
AS A FRESHMAN (2001): Averaged 4.3 points (eighth on the team) and 1.7 rebounds (eighth on the team) while playing in all 30 games...a member of Florida State's rotation and averaged 13.0 minutes per game during his inaugural collegiate season...ranked first on the team with an 80.8 free throw percentage mark...averaged more points (4.6-4.0), more rebounds (2.1-1.4) and more minutes per game (13.5-12.4) in 16 ACC games as compared to 14 games against non-conference opponents...scored in double figures four times to rank second among all Seminole freshman....scored 11 points against South Florida (Dec. 7), 11 points against Duke (Feb. 4.) and 10 against Minnesota in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge (Nov. 29) and against Wake Forest (Feb. 10)...reached double-figures for the first time in his career with 10 against Minnesota in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge...was a perfect two-of-two from the field (both made field goals were 3-point shots) and a perfect four-of-four from the free throw line...the free throw attempts were the first four of his collegiate career...scored his career-high of 11 points against South Florida (Dec. 7) as he hit a career-high eight free throws in a career-high 10 free throws attempted...scored eight points in his first career game against Florida (Nov. 17)...made the first seven free throws of his career and 15 of his first 18 (.833 percent)...was perfect from the free throw line in nine different games and did not miss more than two free throws in a single game...multiple rebounds came 15 times including in nine regular season conference games...averaged nearly nine points, four rebounds and 20 minutes during a three-game stretch against Duke, Wake Forest and Maryland from Feb. 4 - Feb. 14...was the best three game stretch of his first season at Florida State...career-high two steals in Florida State's victory over Morgan State (Dec. 30) and finished seventh on the team in total steals (nine) and steals per game (0.3)... 20 minutes or more against Binghamton (Dec. 19) and Wake Forest...one assist in four of the last five games during the season...(vs. Clemson) averaged 4.3 points and 2.0 rebounds in three games against Clemson...a perfect two-of-two from the free throw line against Clemson (Jan. 31) and totaled seven points in the Seminoles' overtime victory over the Tigers at home...his two free throws came in the first half and upped Florida State's lead to 56-43 with 11:06 remaining in the first half...the 13-point lead was the Seminoles' largest of the game...a perfect four-of four from the free throw line as the Seminoles won at Clemson (March 3) in the regular season finale...two free throws in the first half were part of a 28-9 Seminole run which allowed Florida State to take a 50-31 halftime lead, its largest of the season...also added two free throws near the end of the game to cap the Seminoles' scoring...(vs. Duke) averaged 6.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in two games against ACC and National Champion Duke...was a perfect four-of-four (1.000 percent) from the free throw line in two games against the Blue Devils...tied his career-high of 11 points against Duke (Feb. 4) in his first trip to Cameron Indoor Stadium...a career-high two assists against Duke at home and at Clemson...(vs. Georgia Tech) averaged 2.0 points and 0.5 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Georgia Tech...scored four points and recorded an ACC career-high tying one steal on the road against the Yellow Jackets (Jan. 27)...(vs. Maryland) averaged 4.5 points and 5.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament Final Four participant Maryland...conference games only high-tying four free throws as Florida State defeated No. 14 Maryland (Feb. 14) on the road in Cole Field House...made the second of two free throws against the Terps with 5:22 remaining in the second half to up the Seminoles' lead to 64-59...hit both ends of a two-shot foul with 4:16 left to put the Seminoles up 66-61...Florida State never lost the lead and gained the spectacular victory...also grabbed a career-high seven rebounds against the Terps...five rebounds in the first half helped Florida State gain a 33-24 halftime lead...two first half offensive rebounds led to three points and a 33-24 halftime lead for the Seminoles...scored three points, added one rebound, one steal and blocked the first shot of his career against Maryland at home (Jan. 14)...(vs. North Carolina) averaged 5.0 points and 2.0 rebounds against NCAA Tournament participant North Carolina...scored eight points on a career-high tying four field goals as he played his first career game against North Carolina (Feb. 22) in the Dean Dome...was a perfect one-of-one from 3-point range and a perfect two-of-two from the free throw line and a career-high tying three offensive rebounds against the Tar Heels...two points on one-of-one shooting from the field at home against North Carolina (Jan. 20)...(vs. NC State) averaged 3.0 points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NC State...best game against the Wolfpack came with six points and one rebound in the overtime game at home (Jan. 31)...(vs. Virginia) averaged 2.5 points and 0.5 assists in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Virginia...three points at home against the Cavaliers (Feb. 17) on one-of-two 3-point shots and two points on the road against the Cavaliers (Jan. 16)...(vs. Wake Forest) averaged seven points and 2.0 rebounds in two games against NCAA Tournament participant Wake Forest...scored 10 points at home against Wake Forest (Feb. 10) to mark the second consecutive ACC game that he had reached double-figure scoring...averaged 10.5 points per game in the back-to-back outings...played in a career-high 23 minutes against Wake Forest at home and played in double figure minutes in 23 of the Seminoles' 30 games.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Harrison High School in 2000...an all-state first-team selection as a junior and senior...averaged over 18 points per game as a senior while hitting 47 percent of his shots from the 3-point line and 86 percent of his shots from the free throw line...led his team to a 22-5 record and into the state playoffs his senior season...finished his career as Harrison's all-time leading scorer with 1,215 points...was named as a Most Valuable Player at the prestigious Five-Star camp as a junior...high school coach was Jerry Meuschke...selected Florida State over Georgia Tech, Clemson and Vanderbilt...
PERSONAL: Born July 6, 1982...Andrew is the son of Tom and Kim Wilson...a member of the Young Life and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in high school...his father, Tom, played baseball at Florida State.