2017 Fort Worth (Tex.) South Hills wide receiver Tylan Wallace was a key component on his team's offense last season, having hauled in 34 receptions for 801 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also ran for 149 yards and two scores as well.
Preparing hard for his junior campaign this off-season, the Lone Star State standout is says he is ready to take his game to another level.
“I am ready and I think that I will do even better than last year,” Wallace told The Michigan Insider. “I believe I have put in the work this off-season to be even better.”
The 5-11, 177-pounder sits as No. 15 wide receiver and a four-star prospect by Scout. That high ranking has translated to an offer sheet holding several scholarships, but not without one school he’s hoping to start hearing from.
“It’s been pretty good,” said Wallace. “I have six offers. I have not really heard from Michigan. It is a school I’m interested in. I just like that Michigan is a good football school and I’m sure that the school in general is a good school.”
"It would mean a lot to me and also the fact that they are a Big Ten school too,” said Wallace. “I don’t know yet though, it’s kind of far (laughter). I would say that Michigan would be a school that I would look at before I count them out.”
Still, Wallace understands there is plenty of time left in his recruitment and hasn’t even thought about his leaderboard yet.
“I don’t really (have a top list),” said Wallace. “I haven’t really just had the time to just sit and think about it.”