Recruiting is all about building relationships.
Relationships appear very important to Wallace and that is one reason that the Red Wolves is still in the running for the talented quarterback that currently has 14 offers.
"What has really reeled me in for their school is my recruiting Coach (Tyler) Siskey," Wallace told AStateNation.com. "We have really built a great relationship with one another and we talk at least once a week. The chance to come in and play early is another factor that has me thinking about Arkansas State a lot."
With offers from schools like Oregon, Central Florida, Southern Mississippi to name a few, there is a good chance that the Red Wolves will get an official visit from the talented quarterback.
"I haven't decided yet who will get one and who won't, but Arkansas State has a good chance of getting one," Wallace said. "Relationships are important to me and the fact that they have one of the top schools in my major is also very important to me."
Wallace realizes that ASU has a top physical therapy department.
Another relationship that Wallace has that connects him to the Red Wolf Football program is his top receiver from last year and incoming ASU freshman J.D. McKissic.
"J.D. and I are good friends," Wallace said. "It would be great to play my college ball with him."
This was Wallace's first year as a starter for Central-Phenix City first year coach, Woodrow Lowe.
Wallace helped Lowe start out a winner in his initial season going 9-2. Wallace accounted for more than 2,000 total yards, 1,200 passing and 850 rushing and 27 touchdowns.