American linebacker Lyndell Santrell “Mack” Wilson competes in the National Football League for the New England Patriots. He weighs 106 kg and stands 1.85 m tall. He played football when a student at George Washington Carver High School. He made a commitment to play collegiate football for the Alabama Crimson Tide at the University of Alabama. As a true freshman at Alabama, he participated in all 15 games while making eight tackles.
He participated in 12 games as a sophomore, making two starts, recording 40 tackles, four interceptions, and one score. He had 71 tackles, one sack, and two interceptions in 2018 as a junior. He made the decision to bypass his senior year and join the 2019 NFL Draft after the season.
The 155th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft went to the Cleveland Browns, who selected Wilson in the fifth round. He made his first career sack on Brandon Allen in week 9’s 24-19 loss to the Denver Broncos, recording a team-high 5 tackles. Wilson’s first career interception came in week 15 against the Arizona Cardinals, a 38-24 loss, on a pass from fellow rookie Kyler Murray. Wilson was exchanged for Chase Winovich by the New England Patriots in March 2022.
How many snaps did Mack Wilson play?
Mack Wilson has a total of 193 defensive snaps according to Pro Football Focus.