Wallace Off the Wildcat Board

KStateFans.com has learned the fullback/linebacker Sinatra Wallace is no longer being targeted by the K-State coaching staff.

The 5-9, 250-pound prospect from Dallas (Tx.) Skyline received his first offer from the Wildcats early in the recruiting process back in February, but the hiring of Ron Prince resulted in Wallace's offer being pulled.

There are no hard feelings, however. With a new coaching staff in Manhattan, the offensive schemes and personnel needs are different for Kansas State under Coach Prince and staff.

"They were good about the whole thing," said Wallace. "They were just putting in a different offense and they had different needs to fill. I wasn't committed or anything, so it wasn't a big deal at all."

Since K-State has been out of the picture, Wallace has been heavily recruited by other schools in and out of the Big 12 like Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas and Missouri.

"Right now Nebraska and Missouri are probably my two favorites," he said. "I'm not in a hurry, so I'll learn all I can about the schools recruiting me and making the decision that's best for me."

Coaches are unsure of what position Wallace will play at the college ranks. Wallace is a two-star prospect and rated the No. 28 fullback in the nation.

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