1995 Second Team All-SEC (Coaches)
A Second-Team All-SEC performer (Coaches) in his senior season in 1995 ... Finished career as seventh-leading receiver in LSU history ... His 201-yard performance vs. Rice in 1995 is tied for fifth in LSU history for receiving yards gained in a game, while his 60 catches in the 1995 season ranks ninth in school history ... Also tied for third in school history in touchdown catches in a game (3 vs. Rice, 1995) ... Played in all 44 games in his career with 27 starts ... Earned the first Charles McClendon Most Valuable Player Award as a senior ... Played one season in the National Football League as a member of the Houston Oilers in 1996.
SENIOR SEASON (1995)
LSU's team captain and one of the top receivers in the SEC ... Selected second-team All-SEC by the SEC coaches ... Finished No. 6 in the SEC in receptions, No. 6 in receiving yards per game, No. 22 in the NCAA in receptions per game and No. 36 in the NCAA in receiving yards per game ... Finished as team leader in receptions with 60 and leader in yards with 845 ... Caught team-high 6 touchdown passes ... Had back-to-back 100-yard plus receiving games: 117 vs. Auburn, 201 vs. Rice ... Given Eric Andolsek award for the most outstanding performance in spring drills by a senior ... High catch games were 9 vs. Rice, 8 vs. Auburn and Arkansas, 7 vs. Florida ... High yardage games were 201 vs. Rice, 117 vs. Auburn, 108 vs. Florida, 93 at South Carolina ... Had 6 catches for 93 yards in a courageous effort against South Carolina: played on a sprained knee the entire second half at USC and caught the game-tying TD from Jamie Howard with 1:08 to go ... Injured knee and ankle at South Carolina, but kept returning to field, finally catching final TD pass to tie the Gamecocks ... His 201 yards against Rice was the second most by an SEC player in 1995 and the fourth-best effort in LSU history ... Caught 3 TD passes against Rice, including a 52-yard scoring strike from Jamie Howard.
JUNIOR SEASON (1994)
Played in all 11 games at flanker and started 5 ... Finished as the Tigers' second-leading receiver with 30 catches, 334 yards and 2 TDs ... Had a fine end to 1994 by catching 4 passes for 71 yards and a 34-yard TD at Arkansas ... Caught 5 passes for 40 yards vs. Southern Miss in starting role ... Had 2 games of 5 catches each: at Florida (39 yards) and vs. Southern Miss (40 yards) ... Caught 4 passes each vs. Alabama (48 yards) and at Arkansas (71 yards) ... Reeled in 3 passes each vs. Texas A&M (34 yards) and at Tulane (21 yards) ... Scored 1 TD each vs. Southern Miss and at Arkansas ... Starts came against Florida, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Southern Miss and Arkansas.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (1993)
Played in all 11 games and started 9 ... LSU's 5th-leading receiver with 15 catches for 182 yards (12.1 average) ... Started first 2 games at split end, then started 7 of the next 9 at flanker ... Longest reception was a 28-yard pass from Chad Loup at Tennessee ... Most catches came in win over Utah State when he caught 4 passes for 42 yards ... Starts at split end came at Texas A&M and Mississippi State ... Starts at flanker came at Tennessee, vs. Utah State and Florida, at Kentucky, vs. Ole Miss, at Alabama and vs. Arkansas.
FRESHMAN SEASON (1992)
Named to USA Today's Fabulous Freshman "Best of the Rest" ... One of 2 true frosh to start ... 3 catches, 29 yards vs. A&M ... 3 catches, 33 yards at Arkansas ... 2 catches, 49 yards, including 4-yard TD toss from Jamie Howard at Auburn ... At least 1 catch in all but Tennessee and Tulane games ... Started first 2 games of 1992 season.
All-Georgia as wide receiver ... All-region as punter and wide receiver ... 66 catches for 980 yards as senior ... Career totals of 101 catches for 1,314 yards ... Played in Georgia-Florida All-star game ... played receiver, punter, kicker and defensive back for 3 years under coach George Bobo ... Lettered twice at first base, center field and pitcher in baseball.
Full name is Sheddrick Rodrica Wilson ... Born Nov. 23, 1973 at Thomasville, Ga. ... Father is Albert Wilson and mother is Glorida Woodard.