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At 6'1" and 196 pounds with below-average long speed, Antavious Wilson isn't going to remind anyone of Randy Moss—that's why he went undrafted.
He's a blue-collar receiver through and through, with no real amazing physical attributes. He was never ultra-productive in the Conference USA, but he finished second on the team in receptions (69), receiving yards (741) and touchdowns (nine), which were all career-highs for him.
What kind of a player is he, though?
According to Russ Lande of NationalFootballPost.com:
He always lines up on the right side of the field and plays the "Z" position. Wilson has good size and at 200 pounds, he won't get any bigger going forward. He is most effective against zone and off-man coverage. Wilson is a solid wide receiver but he lacks explosion athletically and struggles with a lack of short area quickness. He shows strong ability to adjust to the ball in the air, but his hands are suspect because he doesn't pluck the ball away from his frame.
[...]He looks to be an above average route runner and will find little areas to beat defenses. He lacks pure speed any doesn't have the explosion in his game to threaten the defense vertically. He looks to be a possession type player who will work underneath the defense and the boundary.
The signing was announced by Wilson via his official Twitter account.