|Hometown:||San Diego, Calif.|
LOYOLA MARYMOUNT: Played two seasons for the Lions under Head Coach Frank Cruz Spent time as the Lions designated hitter, pitcher and outfielder Made 15 starts in 17 appearances totaling 82 innings from the mound in 2007 and 24 appearances with four starts totaling 46.1 innings in 2006 Picked up his first career win on Mar. 4, 2006 with 2.1 innings in relief against UC Santa Barbara. He also drove in the winning run with a double in the 2-0 victory Earned his first collegiate save with a perfect inning in relief on Apr. 10, 2007 vs. San Diego State At the plate, he made 36 starts as a freshman, and 43 as a sophomore Was third on the team in batting average, hitting .315 in 2006, and dipped to a .226 average as a sophomore Tallied a career high four hits on May 21, 2006 vs. Portland Collected a career high three RBI on Apr. 1, 2006 vs. Pepperdine Hit his first collegiate home run on Apr. 27, 2007 at Santa Clara.
RANCHO BERNARDO HS: a three-year letterman and 2005 graduate of Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego, CA Led the Broncos to the 2005 CIF title under Coach Sam Blalock by hitting.403 with 7 homers and 49 RBI at the plate and going 12-1 with a 1.97 ERA on the mound as a senior Was a 2005 Palomar League first-teamer and was voted San Diego Player of the Year by the Union Tribune and North County Times Was named the 2005 CIF Player of the Year and was a first-team Cal-Hi Sports all-state first-team selection.
PERSONAL: Born on January 16, 1987, in Sacramento, Calif. Parents are Raymond and Phyllis Wilson Full name is Brian Matthew Wilson and is nicknamed Beemer Major is history Models his game after Ken Griffey Jr. of the Cincinnati Reds Would like to see Oregon State and Texas added to the Titans' Schedule Greatest sports thrill was winning city championship his senior year in baseball Favorites include: Jason Statham and Rachel McAdams (actors), Goal: The Dream Begins, Transformers, and Gladiator (movies), Faith of the Fallen, The Bourne Ultimatum, and The Lone Drow (books), Ludacris, T.I. and 50 Cent (musical artists), Chargers.com and ESPN.com (websites).