With the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League, Marco Wilson is a professional football player who specializes in cornerback. At 1.83 m tall and 87 kg, he is also quite tall. The American Heritage School was where he attended high school and played football. Despite receiving offers from Miami (Fla.), Georgia, Ohio State, and Southern California to play collegiate football, he decided to play for Florida instead.
He was a member of the Florida Gators football team while he was a student there. 34 tackles and 10 passes broken were among his stats while a true freshman. His ACL was torn two games into the season, and he had been chosen to the third team of the preseason All-SEC list going into his sophomore year.
He had 36 tackles, 2.5 tackles for a loss, 3 interceptions, and 2 passes broken up as a redshirt sophomore. His throwing of a shoe in a celebratory manner late in a game in December 2020, which led to an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty and gave LSU a first down, was a notable incident that happened to him as a junior. The Arizona Cardinals selected Wilson with the 136th overall pick in the fourth round of the 2021 NFL Draft.
He agreed to a four-year rookie contract with the Cardinals in May 2021. He started all 14 games of his rookie campaign in 2021 at a cornerback and finished with 48 tackles, two forced fumbles, and two passes defensed.
Marco Wilson Siblings: Meet Quincy Wilson and Damianis Eusebio
Marco Wilson has two siblings. Quincy Wilson who is also a professional football player with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Damianis Eusebio.