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Maurice “MoMo” Wilmer II • St. Francis Lancers | Class of 2019

Posted August 9, 2017 by in


Maurice “MoMo” Wilmer II

WR/DB • St. Francis Lancers

Year: Junior | 2019

Height / Weight: 6’2 / 190lbs

GPA: 3.5

Sports: Football, Basketball, Baseball

Recruiting Status: Open

Maurice “MoMo” Wilmer II
TWITTER: @MoMoWilmer
INSTAGRAM: @dream_chaser_mo

6’2″ | 190lbs
40 Yard Dash: 4.8
Vertical: 31.3
Bench: 200lb

by: Kyle Moreton
December 2017
Maurice Wilmer II is a sophomore defensive back, punt returner, and wide receiver at Saint Francis High School. With 2 touchdowns and 3 interceptions in his first year on the varsity squad, Wilmer is one of the top prospects of the Bay Area’s Class of 2019.

Though his football stats may be impressive for an underclassman at an elite-level program, Wilmer is a tri-sport athlete; also competing in basketball and baseball. He claims that his athleticism is inherited from his parents, both of whom played high school sports.

At Saint Francis, Wilmer quickly found a role model in senior defensive back Bennett Williams.

In the 2016 football season, Wilmer saw a significant amount of playing time as a punt returner. He was frequently paired up with another senior, Garrett McCarthy.

Wilmer’s biggest highlight of the season came in the 4th quarter of Saint Francis’s home matchup against the Archbishop Riordan Crusaders. He intercepted an overthrown pass from Riordan’s Xavier Caracter, pivoting from left to right before finally meeting the home sideline. From there, it was off to the races. Wilmer sprinted for 84 yards, scoring his first touchdown of the year.

Maurice Wilmer II is optimistic in looking towards his future at Saint Francis. With a 10-2 season already under his belt, he hopes that his teammates will be able to replicate the Lancers’ recent success in the years to come.

St. Francis Basketball (2016-2017)
– 2016 Joe Schram Holiday Classic “Mr. Hustle” Award

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