Albert C. Wilson II, is a Fort Pierce, FL native. Before beginning his NFL career Albert was a Port St. Lucie High School stand out on both offense as a Quarterback and defense as a cornerback. By only receiving a few scholarships Albert accepted a scholarship to attend Georgia State University as a defensive back where he was converted to play as a true wide receiver for the first time in his football career. Georgia State is where he furthered his education and continued to pursue his dream to play in the NFL. After going un-drafted in the 2014 draft.
Albert signed as an Un-Drafted Free Agent with the Kansas City Chiefs. After hard work and dedication Albert earned a spot on the Kansas City Chiefs 53 man roster. Albert started the last 4 games of his rookie year. Albert went into his 2nd year as a starter and started 15 out of 18 games including two playoff games. Albert is still listed as a starter going into his 3rd year.