Defensive end Christian Wilkins competes in American football for the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins. His height is 1.93 m. He measures 141 kilograms. After his freshman year, he transferred to Suffield Academy from Framingham High School. He has 253 tackles and 28.5 sacks in 35 games for his high school team. He was one of the best players in his class and was classified as a five-star recruit.
He pledged to attend Clemson University and play collegiate football there. He played in 15 games with one start as a freshman at Clemson in 2015, recording 33 tackles and two sacks. He received an All-American designation from the Football Writers Association of America in 2016 as a sophomore (FWAA).
He was a member of the Clemson squad that won the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship by defeating top-ranked Alabama. He was also a member of the Clemson team in 2018 that beat Alabama in the National Championship game under the leadership of Trevor Lawrence. In the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins selected him.
In November 2020, the team placed him on the reserve/COVID-19 list and activated him the following month. He lined up at fullback during week 15 of the 2021 campaign, when he scored his second touchdown of the season on a flick ball from quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. On April 28, 2022, the Dolphins exercised Wilkins’ fifth-year option.
Who Is Christian Wilkins Dad, Robin Stamps Jones?
Christian Wilkins only known parent is his dad, Robin Stamps Jones. There is no other information available on who he is.