Career Accolades…Two-time All-Pac-12 honorable mention — Coaches (2020, 2022)...Al Masters Award (2021)...Two-time Jim Reynolds Award (2021, 2022)...Team Technician Award (2020)...Frank Rehm Award (2019, 2020)...Four-time Pac-12 All-Academic Honor Roll (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)
2022 (fifth year sr)...Team Captain…Jim Reynolds Award…All Pac-12 honorable mention wide receiver (Coaches)...Stanford Offensive Player of the Game (Week 1- Colgate)...Stanford Offensive Player of the Game (Week 7-Notre Dame)...Started the first six games of 2022 before suffering a season-ending injury at Notre Dame (Oct. 15)...Rushed four times for 47 yards…Totaled 418 receiving yards on 26 receptions, adding four touchdowns…Caught five passes for 82 yards and two touchdowns against Colgate (Sept. 3). First career two-TD game and his first receiving TD since Nov. 20, 2020 at Cal…Had a career-high 176 receiving yards at Washington (Sept. 24) ... Recorded his second career 100-yard game, the first 100-yard receiver for Stanford in 2022.Second two-TD game in first three contests of 2022. Career-long 78-yard reception in fourth quarter for a TD…Registered two catches for 50 yards against Oregon State (Oct. 8) ... Moved into Stanford's Top 20 for career catches with 125…Eight first-half catches and nine total (second-most in career) for 66 yards at Notre Dame (Oct. 15). Receptions pushed his total to 134 career catches (19th all-time), surpassing Luke Powell (2000-03, 133 receptions) on Stanford’s career lists.
2021 (sr): Al Masters Award…Jim Reynolds Award…Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll…Returned from injury to start the last four games of the season…Hauled in 19 receptions, fifth on the team, for 185 yards, sixth on the team…Returned from injury against Utah - his first game in 11 months (Nov. 5)...Had over 50 receiving yards in each of the final three games - high of 61 receiving yards came against California (Nov. 20)
2020 (jr): Pac-12 All-Academic Honor Roll…All-Pac-12 honorable mention (Coaches)...Team Technician Award…Frank Rehm Award, given to the Most Outstanding Players in the Big Game…Played in and started each of the first four games before a season-ending injury…Finished third on the team with 19 catches for 261 yards and a touchdown…Caught six passes for 95 yards against Colorado (Nov. 14)...Caught seven passes for 88 yards and his first touchdown of the season at California in the 123rd Big Game (Nov. 27)
2019 (soph): Pac-12 All-Academic Honor Roll…Frank Rehm Award, given to the Most Outstanding Players in the Big Game…Started all 12 games…Led team with 56 catches for 672 yards and added five touchdowns, second most on the team…Returned 12 punts for 72 yards…47 yards receiving and a touchdown on six catches vs. Northwestern (Aug. 31)...Registered five receptions for 71 yards and a touchdown at UCF (Sept. 14)...Caught three passes for a career-best 87 yards and a touchdown while also registering 27 punt return yards to finish with a career-best 114 all-purpose yards at Oregon State (Sept. 28)...Caught five passes for a career-best 114 yards and one touchdown at Washington State (Nov. 16). Touchdown was his fourth of the season and fifth of his career, while the 100-yard game was the first of his career. Caught career-best 47-yard reception from Davis Mills…Caught a career-best 10 passes for 96 yards and a touchdown vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 30)
2018 (fr): Played in all 13 games and started two…Finished with 14 receptions for 126 yards and one touchdown. Returned eight punts for 65 yards (8.1 yards/return), and rushed twice for nine yards…Had at least one catch in nine games, including each of the last eight…Made collegiate debut in season opener against San Diego State (Aug. 31)...First career reception for one yard, two punt returns for 37 yards in win over UC Davis (Sept. 15)...One catch, 26-yard touchdown vs. Utah (Oct. 6)
High school: Prepped at Chaminade (Calif.) under head coach Ed Croson…Four-star recruit by Rivals, ESPN, 247Sports and PrepStar…Nation’s 210th-best recruit by PrepStar, 219th by ESPN, 238th by 247Sports…Nation’s 34th-best wide receiver by ESPN, 36th by PrepStar, 40th by 247Sports, 47th by Rivals…California’s 27th-best overall recruit by ESPN, 31st by PrepStar, 34th by 247Sports, 42nd by Rivals…56 receptions for 1,157 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior…70 receptions for 1,280 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior…36 receptions for 463 yards and four touchdowns as a sophomore…2018 Polynesian Bowl participant…2017 Mission League MVP…2017 Chaminade football MVP…Two-time Chaminade Male Athlete of the Year…Two-time first-team all-league (2016-17)...2016 all-state wide receiver…Two-time all-section…Led section in receiving yards in 2016…2016 Chaminade Football Offensive Player of the Year…Left high school as school's all-time leading receiver (2,900 yards)...Led team to 2017 Mission League title…Also competed in basketball
Full name is Michael George Wilson…Son of Ngaire and Orville Wilson…Has three siblings, Davon, Marcus and Miles…Aunt, Maureen Jacobson, played soccer for the New Zealand World Cup team and was the first women’s player inducted into the Wellington Football Hall of Fame…Uncle, Craighton McFarlane, played football at Prairie View A&M…Cousin, Craighton Rafael McFarlane, ran track at Sacramento State