Top-ranked Florida State WR Wilson remains suspended, Fisher declines to confirm eligibility

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TALLAHASSEE, Florida — Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher declined to confirm whether or not suspended receiver Jesus "Bobo" Wilson is eligible to play in the season-opener against Oklahoma State.

Wilson has been suspended since being arrested and charged in the theft of a motor scooter in July. The sophomore pleaded no contest to two misdemeanors.

The 5-foot-9, 177-poun Wilson has practiced with the team throughout fall camp and is listed as a backup to No. 1 receiver Rashad Greene on the depth chart released Monday.

Fisher said Monday during his kickoff press conference Monday, "We'll see what's going on. We're handling everything inside and will take care of that."

Fisher has consistently praised Wilson for doing the things necessary to return to good standing with the team, but has not given a timetable.

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