Outside of Penn State, Ohio State, Florida State and Nebraska, though, A.J. Wallace says he hasn't narrowed a thing. "No, I am still wide open to those four," A.J. said. "I have been thinking a lot about it, but I'm not making my decision until the All-American game."
One of the things he's thinking about is position, that being which position he'll play at the next level. With his recent success at running back, Wallace running the ball his senior year for 1,578 yards on 164 carries, scoring 20 touchdowns, A.J. has been leaning more and more to that side of the ball. "Really, right now, I'd say offense is what I would like to do," he said. "I like having the ball in my hands and I think I can do well at the next level."
Most schools probably think that as well, but have been recruiting him primarily for the defensive side of the ball. Schools like Florida State have said DB, while Nebraska has said they would like him as a cornerback, but told him that he would have the option to try out running back if he wanted. Ohio State and Penn State, though, both are saying right now that it's running back only for the Waldorf, Maryland star.
Does that put those two over the top as far as being the favorite for Wallace. It would seem so, but A.J. still insists that he's not counting the others out at all. "I haven't decided what I want to do, so I can't tell you what's going to happen between now and the game," he said. "It's just going to be something that I will think really hard about, talk over with my family and I'll figure out where I want to go."