• Zach Wilson may have just dropped a huge hint at his destination in NFL
  • Wilson is predicted to be a Top 5 selection in the upcoming NFL draft
  • The 21-year-old is touted to be recruited by the Jets

A college quarterback prospect may have just made up his mind about where he is headed in the pros.

Following an impressive season with the BYU Cougars last year, Zach Wilson has become one of the most sought-after quarterbacks in the upcoming NFL draft.

While nothing is concrete yet at this stage, Wilson’s recent social media activity implied that he is likely to join the New York Jets.

Social media detectives took a closer look at Wilson’s official Instagram account and found that the highly-regarded QB has started following “All In One Stop Shop”, a vinyl car shop in Lodi, New Jersey which is a 30-minute drive from Florham Park–home of the Jets, Total Pro Sports reported.

The report further pointed out that, “many” current and former members of the Jets franchise also follow the establishment as well, suggesting Wilson may have followed suit as he is set to become a Jet.

The 2020 season has been incredible for Wilson, having recorded a remarkable 33 touchdowns and three interceptions.

The 6-foot-2 quarterback, who is projected to become a Top 5 selection in this year’s NFL Draft made quite a name in college football for his accuracy, arm talent, field vision, and keen decision-making.

Sports pundit Kirk Herbstreit claimed that Utah not considering Wilson had just added to the Salt Lake City native’s hunger.

“He grew up in Salt Lake,” the analyst emphasized of Wilson. “His dad played at Utah. Utah didn’t recruit him. And I think, from that point on, he had a chip on his shoulder and he has not let it go.”

Ahead of his promising NFL career, Wilson is already touted to add depth to the Jets squad.

According to Herbstreit, who has spent some time with Wilson, the 21-year-old football prodigy is always eager to prove to people that he has the ability to compete, something a team like the Jets could benefit from.

“If you looked at Zach Wilson pre-COVID and looked at the BYU schedule, it would have been like rolling up your sleeves and saying: ‘Man, we’re going to get a really good look at BYU and, in fact, Wilson’ ” Herbstreit recently told Deseret News.

“I was impressed,” he added. “When I had a chance to sit down with all these guys, what I liked about Zach Wilson is this guy has a chip on his shoulder. He wears a wristband that says ‘prove them wrong’ and I was like, ‘Who are you trying to prove wrong, my man? Everyone loves you.’ But he wasn’t recruited heavily.”

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New York Jets owner Woody Johnson answers a question as he and head coach Rex Ryan hold an end-of-season news conference at the NFL team's training facility in Florham Park, New Jersey, Jan. 8, 2013. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine