“Never wanted to go out like this, unfortunately my college career is over. I’m devastated I can’t be
on the floor with my brothers and that my best year of my college career is cut short. I’ve experienced a lot in these
5 years of college. It’s a sad time right now, but I’ll be back. This is just a blessing in a disguise. God has
a plan for me. Thank you Marquette and Texas A&M for everything. I’m very thankful to be apart of two great programs.
Best believe we still going to the Final 4. I know my brothers gone hold it down for me. Love y’all.”
This season, Wilson was averaging 24 minutes, fifth-best on the team, to go with 9.0 points, 4.0 assists, 2.0 rebounds
and 1.1 steals per game.
Wilson appeared to aggravate a previous injury in Texas A&M’s 85-74 win over then-No. 24 Kentucky, the team’s
fourth straight victory. In a loss at Alabama on Dec. 30, Wilson left for the locker room after an apparent right knee injury.