Now his attention has turned to recruiting and coming up with a decision. Wallace already has taken four of his five official visits. The lucky four schools have been Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State and Florida State. If he does make a fifth visit it will likely be to Southern Cal or Miami.
"I will likely not take it," said Wallace. "Right now I am leaning towards Ohio State and Penn State but don't count out Nebraska and Florida State, especially after Bobby Bowden makes an in-home visit with me next Thursday."
Since the in-home visits started this month, Ohio State, Florida State, Nebraska and others have made it to the Wallace home. So far Ohio State stands out.
"Coach Tressell was a great in-home visit. He answered a lot of questions I had. It's of like living a dream with these guys coming over. It's a real blessing and can be breathtaking."
So what stands out with his four finalists and his two leaders?
"Ohio State is a place where I know my game will improve because they develop players so well. I also love the coaches and players and they just do everything on a national scale. Right now they say they like me on offense as a receiver and perhaps even play both ways.
"Same with Penn State. They said I can do some of the things that Justin King is doing. That's a place where I really love the coaches, especially Coach Johnson and Coach Norwood. I have a real connection with them, especially coach Norwood.
"Nebraska likes me at cornerback but now they are saying I need the ball in my hands. When I think of Nebraska I think of great people and there is a lot of opportunity there.
"Florida State is just an amazing program that has that swagger about them. I love that and their tradition."
Wallace is slated to make his decision on January 7th during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.