Tylan Wallace (© Greg Powers)

Breaking Down Oklahoma State Signee Tylan Wallace

Scout and GoPokes.com take a closer look at Oklahoma State signee Tylan Wallace, a Scout 300 four-star receiver ...

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Signing Day Spotlight

Tylan Wallace, Receiver, Fort Worth (Texas) South Hills

Size: 5-11 1/2, 179

Recruiting: Wallace committed in late March 2016 to Oklahoma State and remained pledged the duration of his recruitment. He picked OSU over offers from Arizona State, Baylor, Houston, Kansas State, Michigan, Missouri, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Washington, and several others.

Rankings: Scout ranks Wallace as the No. 8 receiver in Texas and the No. 27 wideout nationally for 2017. He's the No. 191 overall prospect in the 2017 Scout 300.

Stats

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER: Wallace finished a four-year varsity career with 4,337 yards from scrimmage and 61 total touchdowns. He caught 182 3,760 yards and 48 touchdowns on 20.7 yards per catch, while rushing for 577 yards and 13 TD's.

2016: As a senior, Wallace accounted for 1,098 yards from scrimmage and 15 total touchdowns. He caught 56 passes for 933 yards and 12 TD's, while rushing for 165 yards and three scores on only 16 carries.

2015: Wallace enjoyed a huge junior season that saw him catch 59 passes for 1,439 yards and 20 touchdowns on a whopping 24.4 yards per catch. He also ran for 172 yards and two touchdowns on 12.3 yards per carry.

2014: As a sophomore, Wallace caught 34 passes for 801 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also ran for 149 yards and two scores on only seven rushing attempts.

2013: Wallace made his varsity debut as a freshman, catching 33 passes for 587 yards and five touchdowns, while rushing for 91 yards and one touchdown.

Senior highlights

Game clips

Evaluation notes

Wallace is a receiver who can be a complete package at the position. He can hurt you underneath or he can stretch the field on you. He also has above average athleticism. He is able to jump into the air and keep himself under control to secure tough catches and will go up to get the jump ball. This is a deep class in the state of Texas at wide receiver and Wallace could be the cream of the crop by the time the dust settles on his college career. - Greg Powers

Strengths
  • Competitiveness
  • Hands and concentration
  • Separation
  • Downfield threat
  • Run-after-catch ability

Area to Improve
  • Red-zone weapon
  • Size/bulk


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