Vince was a freshman at the University of Miami when he met his future wife. Bianca was working two jobs while raising her son D’Aundre. In 2004, Vince & Bianca finally made it official. The beautiful mother of their 3 children. Vince adopted D’Aundre Holmes-Wilfork and had two children together. A daughter Destiny Barbara Wilfork & son David Wilfork (both named in honor of Vince’s parents).




One of the happiest and saddest day of my life

1st Round Draft Pick, 21st overall.

However, my parents never saw me reach the NFL. David Sr. died of kidney failure at 48 on June 2, 2002, after suffering from diabetes for many years. Barbara, 46, died Dec. 16, of complications following a stroke.

Instead of going to New York for the NFL Draft, I decided to honor my parents and hold a draft viewing fundraiser

This is when I started fundraising in my parents memory, The Vince Wilfork Foundation.foundation_old_old



Graduated Sanaluces High School and regarded as one of Florida’s top three defensive linemen.

USA TODAY Second-Team All-American

SuperPrep All-American

No. 10 defensive lineman nationally.

Rated the No. 10 defensive lineman in the Southeast Region

No. 7 overall prospect in Florida Super Southern 100

National Top 100

No. 2 defensive tackle in Florida on the Florida Times-Union Super 75 list

National Blue Chip All-American nose tackle by recruiting analyst Max Emfinger…timed at 5.2 in the 40…made 88 tackles as a junior, while being double-teamed…

Finished my senior season with 72 tackles, with 11 sacks.