Signing Day Spotlight
Tracin Wallace, Athlete, Fort Worth (Texas) South Hills
Size: 5-11, 170
Recruiting: Wallace committed in late March 2016 to Oklahoma State, which he picked over offers from Vanderbilt, Houston, SMU, North Texas, and FIU.
Rankings: Scout ranks Wallace as the No. 14 athlete prospect in the state of Texas and the No. 83 athlete nationally for 2017.
2015 and 2016: Wallace's junior and senior seasons were wiped out by consecutive knee injuries.
2014: Wallace enjoyed a strong sophomore season, passing for 2,093 yards, 30 touchdowns, and three interceptions, while rushing for 1,392 yards and 24 touchdowns. Wallace earned district Offensive MVP honors
2013: As a freshman, Wallace threw for 2,046 yards, 22 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions. He ran for 842 yards and 13 scores.
Tracin Wallace was a high-production dual-threat quarterback in his first two varsity seasons, but his junior and senior campaigns were cut short by knee injuries. Wallace's injury history is obviously a concern as he projects to the next level, but if he can get healthy, he can be a playmaker. He's a dangerous scrambler who can make throws on the run. Depending on his rehab, he might be able to play receiver if needed. - Gabe Brooks
Sophomore highlights (last full season)
- Running ability
Area to Improve
- Injury history