Wilson began his professional career in July 2003 with the Costa Rican first division Ramonense. In July 2004, the striker moved to the Premier League rivals CS Cartaginés and in January 2005 to Brujas Escazú. In total he played during his career 75 games in the first division Costa Rica.
Under coach Alexandre Guimaraes Wilson also managed the leap into the cadre of Costa Rica's national soccer team. With her he took in 2004 at the Copa America and the Summer Olympic Games in Athens in part. Wilson played four matches. Most recently, he was employed in the qualifying matches for the Football World Cup 2006.
Whayne Wilson died on 18 May 2005 at the age of 29 years his injuries he had suffered four days earlier, when he was racing on the road between San Jose and the Caribbean Coast with his car into a truck.
- National football team (Costa Rica)
- Costa Ricans
- Olympian (Costa Rica)
- Born in 1975
- Died in 2005