Tyree Wilson family includes Jason Wilson and Tiffany Williams. Tyree grew up with his three siblings in Henderson Texas.
With the exceptional combination of size, strength and athleticism, Tyree has what it takes to blossom in the National Football League. He is 6 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 270lb.
Wilson began his college career at Texas A&M Aggies, where he played a total of 11 games and made 12 tackles in his true freshman season.
He later transferred to Texas Tech and made an immediate impact on the defensive line for the Red Raiders. Tyree impressed with a total of 99 tackles including 27.5 tackles for loss. On top of that, he made 14 sacks during his two-year tenure as a starter for the Raiders.
Apart from being named the Defensive MVP of the 2021 Liberty Bowl, Wilson also earned first-team All-America honors from the likes of USA Today and Phil Steele Magazine.
Tyree Wilson Parents
Tyree Wilson was born to Tiffany Williams and Jason Wilson on May 20, 2000. However, Tifanny looked after him as a single mother.
The emerging Texan footballer remains very appreciative of his matriarch. Tyree views her as his greatest mentor who has always been through all the ups and downs in both his personal and professional career.
Tiffany is currently in a marital relationship with Charles Helton. Charles has been equally supportive of Wilson and his pro football journey.
Tyree Wilson mom is a former college athlete in Anchorage, Alaska. It is imperative that the emerging NFL prospect got the athletic genes from Williams who not only encouraged her to pursue a future in sports but also provided constant support, motivation, and guidance.
Tiffany maintains an active presence on Facebook where she proudly shares the photos and achievements of her offspring. On top of that, she never misses wishing her loved ones on special occasions.
Meanwhile, Tyree Wilson father Jason Wilson currently lives in Seattle. The LB actually committed to Washington State initially to be closer to his dad but later refrained from the decision and signed with Texas A&M Aggies instead.
Tyree Wilson Siblings
Tyree Wilson siblings are Tierra Wilson, Taylor Helton and Talon Helton. Tierra is the eldest, whereas Talon is the youngest in the lineage.
The kinfolk are extremely corroborative of each other and shares the same passion for sports. They often attend the stadium to watch Tyree play and cheer for him and the team.
Tierra was born on June 18, 1997 in Anchorage, Alaska. She went to West Rusk high school and later graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2019. Tierra walked down the aisle with Lamont Alexander and has a little son together.
Taylor Helton is the first daughter of the Tiffany and Chris Helton duo. Taylor played varsity volleyball and basketball at Henderson High School.
The 5 feet 11 inches tall Helton was named to the Texas Sports Writers Association All-State Honorable Mention team in volleyball last year. She donned jersey number 5 while playing for the Lions and earned a great reputation for her attacking abilities.
Talon Helton is the youngest member of the household. Talon is very passionate about football and hopes to emulate Tyree in the future. He celebrates his birthday on February 25 as evident from the Facebook posts of Tiffany.
Tyree Wilson Childhood
Although Tyree was born in Anchorage Alaska, he later moved to Henderson with his clan. Tyree was only two years old at that time.
Growing up in an athletic environment, he always had the inspiration from an early age to take up sports and build a pro career on it.
Wilson went to West Rusk High School in New London, Texas where he embarked on a football journey. Across three high school seasons, he registered 249 career tackles with 60 tackles for loss along with 11.5 sacks.
His significant high school accolades include Division II Defensive MVP as a senior, first-team all-district selection, and AP Class 3A second-team All-State selection. Tyree was ranked amongst the top-75 players in Texas state by Rivals and 247Sports.
En route to being rated a three-star recruit, he received more than twenty scholarship offers out of high school. Ultimately he opted for Texas A&M Aggies over the likes of Florida, Houston, Arkansas, Kansas, and others.