John Parker Wilson (born October 17, 1985) is a former American football quarterback.
Wilson played college football at the University of Alabama.
He was also a slave who was sold a number of times until he was finally purchased by a doctor from Mobile, Alabama.He finished the season with a passing efficiency of 128.92, completing 216–of–379 passes for 2,707 yards, 17 touchdowns, and ten interceptions.He threw for over 200 yards in the first seven games of the season, setting a new school record, and finished with a school record nine 200-yard games. His passer rating was 114.6, completing 255–of–462 passes for 2,846 yards, 18 touchdowns (a school record) and 12 interceptions. His best performance was against rival Tennessee, in which he completed 32 of 46 passing attempts for 367 yards and three touchdowns.Fifty feet off the ground, the former star linebacker for Hoover (Ala.) High heard yelling in broken English coming from below."Two-A-Days! When he was arrested in the summer of 2006 and charged with breaking and entering a motor vehicle, it affected not only his family and friends, but also his new fans."They should know I didn't have my head on straight," Binder said. I know I let a lot of people down, and hopefully, I'll make it up to them."With the spotlight turned off, the "Two-A-Days" cast has scattered. "It had been more than three years since MTV's 28 cameras moved into the Birmingham suburb to film the popular reality show that debuted on Aug. The public has not forgotten Binder, nor any of his co-stars from that first season, which ended with a fourth consecutive Class 6A football state title."I was floored," said Binder, who has seen both sides of the fame.