It's hard to say with the size of the photo and the blurriness, but I can tell you I don't recognize it as any sort of dangerously venomous species. Many spiders migrate this time of year, looking for food, new homes and mates. You can just relocate them outside by coaxing them into a jar or glass with a long object. Even the dangerously venomous ones (Widows and Recluse) are very rare to cause problems, though are more common than most people think.
If it makes you feel any better, Wilmington is outside of the range of recluse spiders (including the brown recluse).
Hmmm, ya can't tell much from that photo except as someone else said, it is not anything dangerous.
Looks like a male mygalomorphae to me, maybe a trapdoor searching for a female? Just a wild guess lol.
I agree it is nothing recognized as dangerously venomous by scientists. Beyond that, I can't tell much, other than it is *not* a mygalomorph (tarantulas, trapdoor spiders, and their kin). Sorry, but many spiders look alike in blurry images.