Wallace Talks A&M Visit

Anthony Wallace, the stud 2011 linebacker out of Skyline, has been lighting it up on the field this season. Wallace has impressed scouts with his play making abilities and has stolen a lot of the spotlight away from Corey Nelson and Dominique Patterson. The Skyline trio will be heading to Aggieland this weekend and Websider's Taylor Hamm spoke to Wallace about his upcoming trip to A&M.

Anthony Wallace, the stud 2011 linebacker out of Skyline, has been lighting it up on the field this season. Wallace has impressed scouts with his play making abilities and has stolen a lot of the spotlight away from Corey Nelson and Dominique Patterson.

Already, Wallace holds offers from Texas, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Nebraska, Kansas, Baylor, Arkansas, and most recently Notre Dame over this past weekend. The Skyline trio will be heading to Aggieland this weekend. This will be Wallace's first ever recruiting visit and he is excited about Saturday.

"I'm really looking forward to going to A&M this weekend. I've never been to A&M before and this will be my first visit to a school for recruiting purposes. Corey and Dominique has been telling me about the gameday atmosphere and facilities and I am excited to meet the coaches and players."

This is a big weekend for Aggie recruiting. They will be hosting a number of highly touted 2011 recruits. Having the 6-2, 240 pound Wallace in attendance for his first visit could go a long way in his recruitment.

"Since this is my first visit anywhere, I guess A&M will be the school I compare all the rest of my visits to. "

Anthony looks up to his teammates Corey Nelson and Dominique Patterson.

"Both of those guys are amazing athletes. Corey's energy on the field is unlike anyone I have ever played with. I really feed off of it. Dominique or 'Big Pat' is like a big brother to me on the field. He never gets rattled."

Anthony wants to go to a school that has a winning program and where he can play early. Having the chance to play with both Corey and "Big Pat" does play a small factor with Wallace.

"Yea we have talked about it. I think it would be a great opportunity to play together. I haven't put to much thought into it because I'm trying to concentrate on Skyline Football, but I would be lying if I said it didn't cross my mind."


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