Courtesy: Bradley University
Full Name: Theron Elon Wilson
Birthdate: March 1, 1987
Mother: Anita Ewards
Junior College Coach: Dave Brown
High School Coach: Mike Boyer
Honors and Awards
2009 NABC All-District 16 First Team
2009 All-Missouri Valley Conference First Team
2009 MVC All-Defensive Team
2009 Bradley University Alumni B-Club Most Outstanding Athlete
2009 Team Most Valuable Player
2009 Team Best Defensive Player
2008-09 Honorable Mention Preseason All-MVC
2008 MVC All-Newcomer Team
MVC Newcomer of the Week: Dec. 17, 2007
2008 NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Development Conference Participant
2007 1st Team NJCAA All-Region VI
2007 2nd Team All-Jayhawk West
NJCAA National Player of the Week: Nov. 29, 2006 & Jan. 28, 2007
2007-08: Junior at Bradley
A strong candidate for 2008 MVC Newcomer of the Year,
Led the team in scoring Jan. 19 when he poured in a season-best 28 points against
Proved to be a dangerous 3-point shooter by knocking down 28-of-68 (.412) long-range attempts, which
also helped improve his driving lanes.
Bradley’s leader with 179 free throw attempts,
His 179 free throw attempts in 2007-08 are the most among the league’s returning players and he is
The team’s second-leading rebounder, Wilson had four double-digit rebound performances and three
double-doubles during his junior campaign.
After an impressive freshman season,
NJCAA Region VI in both scoring (19.4 ppg) and rebounding (10.8 rpg) in 2006-07.
While turning in 19 double-doubles as a sophomore,
rebounding 25 times.
20-rebound performance at Newman University capped a three-game week that saw him average 25.7 points, 12.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 3.2 steals and 2.4 blocked shots per game.
Led the nation in free throws made for a good portion of his sophomore season, before finishing fourth
overall with 199 made charity shots in 2006-07.
and excelling as a high jumper on the track team to go along with his basketball exploits.
On the hardwood,
second in the city in scoring at 17 ppg and he helped
By clearing 6-feet, 5-inches,
A member of the Braves Council, Bradley’s NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Council, Wilson participated in
the 2008 NCAA National Student-Athlete Development Conference at the Walt Disney World Resort this past May.
involved 233 student-athletes from each of the three NCAA divisions.