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Wreh-Wilson's consistent effort in four seasons at Connecticut and a solid showing at the NFL combine could help him become one of the first cornerbacks taken in this year's draft. Wreh-Wilson missed five games in 2011 due to a knee injury but bounced back to break up a career-best nine passes in 2012 while earning second team all-Big East honors. He also had 47 tackles, and his eighth career interception helped set up the winning field goal in the Huskies' triple-overtime win over eventual Sugar Bowl champion Louisville on Nov. 24. Following his senior season, Wreh-Wilson was invited to Indianapolis and finished in the top 10 among cornerbacks in three categories (broad jump, vertical jump and 20-yard shuttle). His 4.53 in 40 was just outside the top 15. He also was a starter at the Senior Bowl and recorded two tackles and one pass breakup for the North squad. After being redshirted in 2008, Wreh-Wilson appeared in 45 games and started 41. He had a career-best 57 tackles (48 solo) and set another mark with four interceptions in 2010. Despite his injury the next year, Wreh-Wilson had at least 35 tackles in all four seasons at Connecticut.