"I now have offers from Wake Forest, North Carolina, NC State, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Tennessee, Miami, Illinois, Buffalo, and I got Maryland yesterday," said Wallace. "That was the last offer letter I got in.
"I'm just now leaving the Clemson camp. I'm probably coming back in July, and coach Napier showed me what the plans were going to be on their new facilities. I had dinner with him. He's a real good guy."
"Clemson has not offered me yet, but he said an offer might be coming in the next week or two," Wallace added. "They just have to go over some things."
Wallace will attend two more camps before starting to prepare for his senior season.
"I've got Tennessee this Saturday," he stated. "I'm at Tennessee for a day, and I go to NC State on Monday. I'll be there for three days. I think it is a team camp, but I'm just going there for individual workouts."
At 6-foot-5 and 265 pounds, Wallace burst on the scene by running a 4.76 40 at the Scout.com Charlotte combine. After sending out his junior film, colleges started to offer one of the hottest prospects in the state of North Carolina.
"It's been great," said Wallace. "I got a lot of attention after that Scout.com combine. The offers have been coming in."
Wallace, who stated that he is wide open, admits that he grew up following NC State.
"I grew up as an NC State fan," he said. "My dad grew up as a fan so I grew up as a fan too. I've been to a few of their games.
"I'm looking forward to their camp. I want to get to know the coaches better. I know coach Bridge really good... he's my recruiting coach. I want to get to know coach Tom O'Brien, and I want to learn more about the offense they run. I want to see how they use their linemen."
"I'm still open," Wallace added. "I'm going to visit all the schools that I can and then I will have a top five."
He hopes to make a decision prior to his senior season, and it sounds like winning will play a major role in Wallace's final decision.
"I want to make my decision before the season," he said. "That way I can play my last season without having any worries.
"I want to play for a winning football team and a team that is going to fight for a national championship."