Skyline High student, son of Eastern's all-time blocks leader, verbally commits to EMU

Randy Castro | Eastern Echo

Tristan Wilson averaged 16 points per game this past season.

Last updated: 03/30/14 3:01pm


Ann Arbor Skyline High School’s Tristan Wilson verbally committed to Eastern Michigan University’s men’s basketball team on March 27.

Wilson averaged 16 points and eight rebounds per game in the 2013-14 season, and recently led Skyline to the Michigan High School Athletic Association Class A quarterfinals.

In the tournament, Wilson averaged 22 points and ten rebounds.
The 6-foot-8-inch center and power forward’s commitment to Eastern provides much-needed depth in the frontcourt with Da’Shonte Riley and Mo Hughley graduating.

Wilson is the son of EMU’s all-time shot blocker Theron Wilson, Sr. (1992-1996).

Wilson is Eastern Michigan’s second 2014 in-state commit following 6-foot-9-inch forward Jordan Nobles of Canton High School.

Published Mar 30, 2014 in Sports

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