At Stanford: A key player in the Cardinal secondary the past two seasons, Stanley will once again hold down a prominent role in 2004 ... He has started 18 games in 2002 and '03 and played in all 22 ... He has recorded 61 tackles and four interceptions in his career ... An experienced, veteran player who has outstanding cover skills and great speed ... A sprinter on the Cardinal track team the past four years ... He has turned in two of the top times in Stanford track and field history in the 100 and 200 meters (10.46 in the 100m, 21.4 in the 200m).
The 2004 Season: Game-By-Game Statistics
The 2003 Season: One of the team's three "starters" at the cornerback positions ... He started seven games and played in all 11 ... Tallied 27 total tackles, six pass breakups and one interception ... Had four tackles and one interception vs. Washington State ... Also had four tackles vs. Oregon and Cal.
The 2002 Season: Starting cornerback in all 11 games ... Recorded 32 total tackles, including 27 solos, and two interceptions ... Led the team with six pass breakups ... Returned an interception 35 yards against Arizona to set up the Cardinal's only touchdown of the game ... His other interception came against San Jose State ... Season-high seven tackles vs. Arizona State ... Had five tackles and two pass break ups vs. Oregon.
The 2001 Season: Played a reserve role at cornerback and on special teams ... Recorded his first career interception in game two vs. Arizona State ... He returned the INT 17 yards ... Also registered two tackles. The 2000 Season: Redshirted the campaign as a true freshman. In Track & Field: One of Stanford's top sprinters from 2001-04 ... He has posted times in the 100m (10.47 in 2001 and 10.46 in 2004) and 200m (21.4 in 2001) that rank among the top times in school history ... In 2004, his time in the 100m of 10.46 ranks fourth all-time at Stanford ... He finished fifth at the Pac-10 Championships and NCAA West Regional in the 100m while also qualifying for the NCAA Championships ... He anchored Stanford's 400m relay team that broke the long-standing school record with a time of 39.71 ... The old mark of 39.84 was set in 1978 and included future NFL stars James Lofton and Darrin Nelson ... As a freshman in 2001, his time of 10.47 in the 100m was the seventh best time in school history ... He also ran a 21.40 in the 200m, which ranked 10th on the school's all-time list ... Finished seventh in the 200m at the 2001 Pac-10 Championships ... Member of Stanford's 400m relay team in 2002 that posted a season best of 40.26, the second fastest time in school history.
In High School: Named All-Farwest by SuperPrep as a running back and cornerback out of Bishop Montgomery High School in Southern California ... Racked up 1,206 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior ... Defensively, had 40 tackles and an interception ... Named the Angelus League Player of the Year ... First-Team All-CIF Division VII as a running back ... Member of the Los Angeles Times All-Star Team as a cornerback ... Second-team All-Angelus League running back as a sophomore ... Competed in track, and was a CIF finalist in both the 100 and 200 ... Career-best 100 time was 10.5.
Personal Information: Urban Studies major ... Son of Stanley Wilson, who played running back for the Cincinnati Bengals for six years in the 1980's ... His father also starred at Oklahoma and is fourth on the Sooners' all-time rushing list with 2,993 yards ... Stanley was one of 15 Senators at Stanford during the 2003-04 academic year.
Wilson's Career Statistics Year UT AT TT Sack/Yds TFL/Yds Int 2001 0 2 2 0/0 0/0 1 2002 27 5 32 0/0 0/0 2 2003 17 10 27 0/0 0/0 1 Totals 44 17 61 0/0 0/0 4
Getting to Know: Stanley Wilson
Nickname: P-NUT or just Nut
I would describe myself as a person as: calm and intense
What people don't know about me is:I love to sleep
The reason I love football is: The competition
I pattern my play after: Charles Woodson
My favorite pre-game ritual is: c-walk on the field
The biggest thrill in my life to date is: I trip I made to Hawaii
The teammate I admire the most is: Brian Bentrott
My favorite stadium in which to play is: The Rose Bowl
A friend from another college football team is: Andre Coleman - St. Mary's
The reason I chose Stanford University is: For the women...
Since coming to Stanford, I have learned: every moment counts
The best thing about Stanford is: the sheer presence of the wonderful people I interact with from day to day
My favorite class at Stanford is: Urban Studies 170 - Urban Design
My least favorite class at Stanford is: Art History 254 and Urban Studies 120
What sets Stanford apart from other college football programs? The camaraderie between all the players
The sports team I followed when I was younger: LA Lakers and Pittsburgh Steelers
When I played football as a kid, I pretended to be: Bo Jackson
If I could spend a day with anyone, it would be: Janet Jackson
Best book I have read: Community Design and The Culture of Cities
Favorite food: Lobster or whatever they serve at the dining hall
Least Favorite food: peas and asparagus
If I had to cook all of my meals, I'd probably survive on: oatmeal
Favorite movie: Bad Boys
Favorite TV show: Martin
Favorite actor: Bruce Willis
Favorite actress: Jada Pinkett
If a movie were made of my life, I would have the following actor play me: Cane from Boyz in the Hood
Favorite musical group or performer: Snoop Dogg
If I were not playing college football, I would be: an actor
After my Stanford career, I'd like to be remembered as: Da Bruhz
The best advice I ever received was: To Thyself Be True
The person who had the greatest influence on my life: my dad
One moment in history I wish I could have seen: the creation of the world
The place I'd most like to visit: The Seychelles
The favorite place I've visited: The Caribbean
Hobbies: drawing and playing video games
Ten years from now, I'd like to be: in the NFL
My advice to youngsters: have a plan for your life and follow it
My most prized possession: my family
If I won $1 million, I would: put it in a high interest bank account
The one thing about college football I would change: The referees