RB Bobby Wallace
5-9, 185, 4.5
Conway High School
Conway, South Carolina
Several schools are already showing interest in the Conway star after his impressive junior season. "South Carolina, Clemson, Iowa and Virginia Tech and many others are showing interest in me right now," stated Wallace in a recent interview with CUTigers.com.
To say that Wallace did everything for his team as a junior, might be a bit of an understatement. The speedster carried the ball 277 times for 2128 yards and 6 touchdowns. He also caught 10 passes for 271 yards and 5 more scores. As if that wasn't enough, Wallace added 4 touchdowns on punt returns and 3 more on kickoff returns last season.
The 5-9, 185-pound prospect obviously has the skills to compete at the next level. "My quickness and my vision are my strengths," stated Wallace.
The talented running back will not be the only reason coaches visit Conway next fall as teammate Eric Huggins will also get plenty of attention at receiver. "We haven't really talked about playing together in college. That would be good though."
Wallace is not sure where he plans to camp at this point, even though he's already receiving steady interest from several big time programs. "I don't know yet. I am planning to go to a few with Eric."
Incidentally, Wallace is one of several Division I-A prospects drawing attention out of Conway. DB Corey Sindab and Eric Huggins are also two propsects getting noticed early in the recruiting process, and more could follow pending their development throughout the course of this year.
Of course, we will continue to keep you updated on Bobby Wallace and his teammates, right up through signing day 2005.
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