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The former sixth round pick out of Boise State had a year off last season due to an injured shoulder. Now he’s healthy and better than ever.
During OTAs last season, Dallas Cowboys receiver Cedrick Wilson was turning heads with his route running ability and pure athleticism. He was looking like a possible candidate to replace former receiver Cole Beasley in the slot.

His start to the NFL didn’t go as planned after injuring his shoulder which forced Wilson on Injured Reserve (IR) for the 2018 season. Now, heading into his second season, he finds himself in a competitive battle with a group of all-new receivers.

Wilson played two years at Boise State and had impressive career numbers he totaled 139 receptions for 2,640 yards and 18 touchdowns in just 26 games. He was a productive slot receiver and has the ability to make big plays down the field with his speed.

The second-year receiver has a lot of competition around him, he has to compete with Undrafted Free Agents Jon’Vea Johnson and Jalen Guyton as well as Devin Smith and Reggie Davis who have also turned heads during the summer.

The key for Wilson is staying on the field if he can remain healthy throughout Training Camp and the Preseason he may have a legitimate chance of making the roster. While the Cowboys have a very deep group of receivers Wilson’s athleticism and pure route running ability mirrors receiver Amari Cooper.

The four locks at receiver look to be Cooper, Michael Gallup, Randall Cobb, and Allen Hurns. If Wilson stays on the field, I believe he finds himself making the 53-man roster. He’s a dynamic receiver with the ball in his hands and could be a genuine playmaker in offensive coordinator Kellen Moore‘s new scheme.

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While Wilson is primarily a slot receiver he could find himself on the outside as well due to his superior route running skills. Dallas could run many four wide receiver sets that feature Cooper, Gallup, Cobb, and Wilson and that gives quarterback Dak Prescott and arsenal of weapons on the receiving end.

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With OTA’s complete and training camp on the horizon, it is now or never for Cedrick Wilson as he certainly hopes to find himself on the 53-man roster on his way to becoming a playmaker for the Dallas Cowboys.