Wilson played college baseball at Georgia State University where he was an All-American and was one of the top home run hitters in the nation. In his senior season he hit 18 home runs and had a .slugging percentage. He had 84 RBI's with 81 runs.
Wilson was selected by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 24th Round of the 2014 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
He played Rookie ball for the Rays in the Appalachian League with the Princeton Rays. He collected 45 hits in the 54 games he appeared in. He also had 10 home runs with 29 RBI.
Following the Princeton Rays, he played short A ball with the Hudson Valley Renegades in the New York-Penn League. He played in 45 games and tallied 31 hits with 16 RBI before his release following the season.
Currently in the USPBL, Wilson leads the league in batting average (.383), runs (31), home runs (13), walks (25) and is tied for first with RBI's (33).