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Big XII WVU Student Spotlight - Brady Wilson (Watertown 2010)

Brady Wilson (Watertown 2010) in action for West Virginia against Rutgers in Piscataway, N.J. on Apr. 14, 2012. Photo courtesy Zimbio/Chris Chambers/Getty Images North America/
West Virginia University senior Brady Wilson was a member of the Watertown Wizards during the summer of 2010. He was Watertown's Offensive Player of the Year and earned a selection to the 2010 New York Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Game. Wilson batted .305 over 35 games with 43 hits, 19 runs scored, 12 runs batted in and 11 stolen bases. Wilson was recently profiled on the Big XII's web site. 
 
 
From Big12sports.com
By Asya Bussie
 
Coming from a legendary baseball family, West Virginia's Brady Wilson is a natural born ball player. His dad, Jay Wilson, was an All-American at Salisbury University in Maryland, and has been the one person that he has been able to seek feedback after a tough game. Needless to say, dad knows best and keeps the senior Mountaineer motivated.
 
"My father has been coming to every game since I was a freshman. It's great to see people you love there at games watching and supporting you," Brady explained. "He was the one who got me into baseball, and the reason why I am who I am today. He's always there for me and I can come to him for anything. He's like an older brother to me. He's been helping me with my game for as long as I could remember. I know I would not be where I am today if it wasn't for him."
 
Jay was the one who got him involved in baseball and has supported him every step of the way. Like all sports, there are many setbacks and failures in baseball, but his dad has helped him move past the roadblocks.
 
To read the full article on the Big XII's web site, click here


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