Roberto Wallace played his first year of football last season and was good enough to be named honorable mention all-conference. He grew up in Panama City and then moved to Puerto Rico when he was 12. He now has been residing in Oceanside, California for the last year and a half and is making a name for himself on the girdiron. Roberto likes the Buffs and would like to find out more about the school."> Roberto Wallace played his first year of football last season and was good enough to be named honorable mention all-conference. He grew up in Panama City and then moved to Puerto Rico when he was 12. He now has been residing in Oceanside, California for the last year and a half and is making a name for himself on the girdiron. Roberto likes the Buffs and would like to find out more about the school.">

Oceanside WR Interested in Colorado

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1212313">Roberto Wallace</a> played his first year of football last season and was good enough to be named honorable mention all-conference. He grew up in Panama City and then moved to Puerto Rico when he was 12. He now has been residing in Oceanside, California for the last year and a half and is making a name for himself on the girdiron. Roberto likes the Buffs and would like to find out more about the school.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 200
40 time: 4.6
Bench: 225
Squat: 450
Clean: 245
From: Oceanside, California
High School: Oceanside

"I do not know too much about the Buffaloes," he said. "I would really like to learn more about them because it seems like that would be a nice place to go to school."

Wallace had 24 catches for 365 yards and four touchdowns last year. He grew up playing soccer and tennis so football was a whole new world to him.

"One day Coach Carroll approached me and asked if I would be interested so I decided to go ahead and give it a shot."

"He had a wide receiver's body," said Coach Jon Carroll. "He had amazing legs and was an amazing soccer player. He has only played one year of football so he is still very green. I can tell you he is a very fast study though. He has a chance to be something special."

The schools showing Wallace the most early interest are San Diego State, Colorado State, CU, Fresno State, and UNLV.

"My favorites are San Diego State, Miami, USC, Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, Colorado State, and Hawaii," he proclaimed.

SDSU is currently on top.

Roberto will attend the San Diego State Nike Camp and will also go to a Oceanside team camp in Capistrano Valley. Him and O-side quarterback Derek Shaw will also go to the Armed and Dangerous Camp together.

Wallace also dabbles at the corner position, but believes his future is at wide out.

He carries a 2.8 core GPA and is taking his SAT March 27th. Roberto would like to major in Business Administration.


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