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Transcript of Two-Sport Star
Russell was drafted in the 3rd round and the 75th pick. He was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks. His number he uses is 3. After his rookie pre-season he was named starter of the Seahawks. Russell had a successful season.
Russell, a quarterback for the Seahawks, has been a starter since his rookie season and led his team to the playoffs both years and won the Super Bowl in his second season! Heb was only the 6th rookie to win a playoff game. He is 25 years old. In 2012 he was the Pepsi Rookie of the Year. In his rookie season he was in the Pro-Bowl. He was not the MVP of the Super Bowl. Here are some stats, he threw 19 INTs in 2 seasons, threw 52 TDs in 2 seasons, and threw for 6,475 in 2 seasons. Those are his stats for both seasons.
Russell Wilson, the two-sport star, went to North Carolina State (NC State). Then transferred to Wisconsin. He played for Tri-City Devils and Ashville Tourists in Minor League Baseball. His number in college was 16. Here are some stats, he threw 109 touchdowns in 4 years, threw for 11,720 yards in 4 years, ran for 1,421 yards in 4 years and ran for 23 touchdowns in 4 years.
Russell Wilson was born on November 29, 1988 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was 4 years old when he started playing football. His father, Harrison Wilson III, two-sport star too, in football and baseball. He has a brother and a sister, his brother is Harrison Wilson IV and his sister is Anna Wilson.
Russell with Drew Brees
Russ getting the call that he got drafted.
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