TEMPE, Ariz. — At times, Caleb Wilson seems to move in slow motion. It’s something about the 6-foot-4 tight end’s long, slender legs and oddly short stride. Former UCLA tight ends coach Rip Scherer used to tease Wilson about the unorthodox running motion.
But Wilson continues to prove that his funky style is still effective, catching 11 passes for a season-high 164 receiving yards on Saturday in UCLA’s 31-28 loss to Arizona State in Sun Devil Stadium. UCLA has just two 100-yard receiving games this season and Wilson owns both.
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Source: OC Register