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Coming into 2011, there is no reason Arkansas Razorback QB Tyler Wilson shouldn't have a breakout season.
Coming into to fill the hole left by Ryan Mallett after the 2010 season, Wilson fits perfectly into Bobby Petrino's offense.
In addition to meshing well with Petrino's style of play calling, Wilson is expected to get even more reps this season due to injuries in the backfield to both Knile Davis and Broderick Green. Wilson is very fortunate that with these extended reps he has the best core group of receivers in the nation to pass the ball to.
Both Greg Childs and Jarius Wright who both can catch any ball thrown in their relative vicinity. Good thing for Wilson's receivers too as they should all be ready for big years. Wilson may not have the same arm strength Mallett had, but he makes up for that in his accuracy.
Wilson will have the ball in the spot he wants more often than not, and that should help him that much more in 2011.
Tyler Wilson will break into the SEC a year after backing up Ryan Mallett and putting up 453 yards with four touchdowns and a 66.7 completion percentage. With his potential, Wilson should be among the top quarterbacks in the SEC in 2011.