Wilson produced a career high 320 yards in a season-opening win over Carolina and followed by helping Seattle thump the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday to improve to 2-0.
Turns out the playmaking, second-year signal caller isn't the only athletic phenom in the family.
Sister Anna Wilson
is a sophomore at Collegiate (Richmond, Va.)
and already garnering praise as one of the nation's top basketball prospects in the 2016 class. See her in action below.
As a freshman at Collegiate, Wilson posted 16.5 points and around six rebounds, six assists and five steals per game. She also played varsity basketball at the school as an eighth grader.
The younger Wilson earned an invite to USA Basketball's U16 National Team trials in Colorado Springs, Colo., last May.
As Seattle fans have learned, Russell is quite the optimist and that extends to his belief in kid sister Anna.
"I truly believe that she will be an All-American point guard at some big university and go on to be a Candace Parker – a superstar-type basketball player," Wilson told ESPNW last March
Athletic genes in the Wilson family also extend to brother Harrison IV (a football and baseball player at Richmond) and late father Harrison Wilson III, a two-sport standout at Dartmouth who tried out with the San Diego Chargers.
After throwing a rookie record 26 touchdown passes for Seattle in 2012, Russell Wilson and the Seahawks are back at it again this fall.