Wilson Ramos
Wilson  Ramos

Woodland, Calif.,

High School:

Fresno State: Moved to defensive end from tackle due to some injuries and flourished ... was a productive player while learning the position and is expected to see plenty of action this season on the line for the Bulldogs in his senior season ... has a knack for being around the football, has recovered three fumbles in his career and has eight tackles for losses. (2008) Played in the first six games and started five (two at end and three at tackle) before a season-ending injury ... finished the season with 15 tackles, 1.5 for losses and recovered one fumble (vs. UCLA) ... had a career-high six tackles in the opener vs. Rutgers ... had five tackles in his final game of the season vs. Hawaii. (2007) Played in all 13 games and started the last nine games of the season ... finished the season with 27 tackles, 12th-most on the team, and had seven tackles for losses and three quarterback sacks ... tied Tyler Clutts for the team lead with two fumbles recovered. (2006) Saw limited action as a squad member. (2005) Redshirted.

High School: A member of the Sacramento Bee's first-team defensive squad ... had 52 tackles and 11 sacks for Woodland High despite mainly being avoided by opposing offenses ... his high school team was a participant in Fresno State's summer football camp last year ... a first-team All-Metro Conference selection ... played for the same high school team as former Fresno State record setting quarterback Paul Pinegar ... had a monster game against Roseville with 11 tackles and four sacks ... had another four-sack performance against Ponderosa ... a two-year starter on the basketball team ... was effective on special teams at blocking punts and kicks ... coached by Mike Gimenez.

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