Chose Vanderbilt over: Stanford, Louisiana, Louisiana Tech, SMU and TCU.
Trey Wilson came to Vanderbilt in 2009 and was one the few true freshmen to see game action. Wilson has been a key cog in Vandy's vaunted passing defense the past few seasons and is a big reason Vandy is currently ranked No. 10 nationally in that category. If you are a quarterback Wilson is one player you don't want to intercept your pass. You see, Wilson has returned 80 percent (4-of-5) of his interceptions for touchdowns during his career.
September 17, 2011 versus Ole Miss. Vanderbilt holds 7-0 second quarter lead over the Rebels. Wilson intercepts Ole Miss quarterback Zack Stoudt's pass at the VU 48 and returns it 52 yards for a Commodore touchdown. He would go on to intercept another pass during the game. Vandy defeated Ole Miss 30-7.
"We expect to come out every week and win. With as hard as we're working we're going to come out and approach every game like it's the first one." Trey Wilson on September 17, 2011 after intercepting two passes against Ole Miss.
2012 Preseason Third Team All-SEC (AP); 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll, team Special Teams Player of the Year Award
Games played: 49
Tackles for loss (solo): 2
Passes broken up: 15
Int. return yards: 226
Interception ret. for TDs: 4
Kick Returns: 3
Kick return yards: 38
Trey Wilson and family on Senior Day. (VM-Stan Jones)
Sixteen Vanderbilt players make up the first senior class to ever play in two consecutive bowl games during their Commodore careers. Leading up to the Music City Bowl, VandyMania.com will look back on each senior's career. In this segment Trey Wilson is featured.
Tribute to Vanderbilt's Trey Wilson
VandyMania.com salutes Commodore cornerback Trey Wilson