Pat the wings dry with a paper towel and place them in a mixing bowl.
Drizzle oil over the wings and toss them to coat. Sprinkle in seasonings and toss to coat the wings evenly.
Start the coals and build a two-zone fire when coals are ready. (Or set your gas grill to medium (400°-425°).) Close the lid and let the grill preheat for about 10 minutes. Make sure the grill grate is clean and seasoned.
Place wings on the side directly over coals and grill them for 18-20 minutes, turning them over and moving every 4-5 minutes so they don’t get too charred. Use meat thermometer to check if wings are ready. Insert towards the center, in the thickest part near the bone. Wings should cooked to 165°.
(If the wings are getting charred on all sides but aren’t ready yet, move them over to the warm side, over indirect heat, to finish cooking.)