As for his work out on the island, Huffman points to his quick backpedal, solid coverage and how well he changes direction.
Wallace has good speed running straight up, and he possesses good recovery skills. That's part of what also makes him a good offensive threat.
Like many prep defensive backs and receivers finishing up their junior year in high school, he heeds to add some more weight and muscle to his 6-1, 170 pound frame.
At a recent Under Armour combine in L.A., he put up a 31-inch vertical and was clocked at 4.65 in the 40, with a 4.35 in the 20-yard shuttle.
As a junior, he logged and 35 tackles, with two interception and six pass break-ups. During the season he lined up at WR/DB/RB/KR/PR.
Offensively, Wallace caught 29 passes for 512 yards and nine touchdowns and rushed for 532 yards and six scores.
All told, he posted appx. 1,600 all-purpose yards, and he scored 18 TDs. He was named All-State Underclassmen Team, All Central Coast Section team (Utility Player) and Junior of the year.
Cleveland Wallace profile