Utah's coach added that the team has four seniors to replace next year and Wilson is atop of the list of candidates to vie for a starting spot or work her way in as a key member of the rotation.
"Hopefully we'll have a great offseason and see more of her playing like she did today in the future," Levrets said.
Senior Iwalani Rodrigues said Wilson is a close friend, who has the ability to become a premier player for the Utes, adding that she simply needs to believe in her abilities.
"I think she needs to come with that mindset every game," Rodrigues said. "If she comes out every game like that with the mentality of 'I want to win,' she'll be great."
For the four
As Utah expects to be invited to the NIT after being eliminated in the Pac-12 Conference tournament, the Utes want to keep playing for their four seniors: Rodrigues, Rachel Messer, Chelsea Bridgewater and Rita Sitivi.
"They're a special group of girls," said junior forward Michelle Plouffe, who finished with 10 points and 14 rebounds against UCLA, her eighth double-double of the year.
Levrets said he hasn't had a group as enjoyable as this year's Utes, which will help with the added motivation to keep playing.
"When we started the year, I thought we had a chance to do something special," he said. "It's probably ended a little bit short of where we all thought and hoped we would end the season … I love coaching them. I love being around them. It's hard to be disheartened when you walk into the room and there's 13 kids that you just love being around."