I know nothing of Wilson, but if he's a better passing version of Bollinger, that offense is going to be very potent (as if it weren't going to be potent enough). Tolzien was a solid, "no mistakes," game-managing QB, but I wouldn't call him a true playmaker. If Wilson makes more plays than Tolzien, that could make them a "lights out" team on the offensive side of the ball.Unfortunately, he'll work well in their offense. He is a talented guy. He was a good passer in a pro style offense at NC State, so i'm sure he'll be a good pocket passer for Becky. He also has some athleticism that seems to play pretty well in Becky's offense.
I know there are some slight changes but I expect the offense to look similar to Brooks Bollinger but so far Wilson has been a better pocket passer than Bollinger. So if it fires on all cylinders, it could be pretty scary.
The only concern about Wilson, and it's probably minimal, is that maybe it could cause some tension amongst the team.
GH, if you had seen our spring game, you would realize that "some struggles" is a vast understatement. I didn't see a QB on the field during the spring game that could be helped with "a real chance to learn." You can say all a Badger QB has to do is hand off the ball, but eventually you DO have to pass or at least make people think you can. There is supposedly some QB in the pipeline for 2012, so the Wilson transfer looks like it could work out well for both sides.Think about the 2012 Wisconsin team, and ask yourself if they would be better off having a inexperienced/untested QB or some guy who played through some struggles in 2011 and had a real chance to learn.