Wilson entered the NFL as a third-round draft pick, a player most assumed would land a backup spot for his rookie season. However, through two years, Wilson has yet to miss a start, and is likely to be the face of the Seahawks for years to come. There are plenty of factors involved—his skill and execution, his confident leadership, the team’s success, and of course, his dedication to getting stronger and better. He ran an impressive 4.53 40-yard dash at the 2012 combine and has a sturdy 5’11”, 206-pound build—with such mobility and strength, he’s one of the most elusive quarterbacks in the NFL, while becoming one of the better passers in the league (Wilson had the seventh-best passer rating in the NFL this season). At just 25 years of age, expect him to continue to elevate his play.