Wallace still has two offers, from Texas A&M, where his father starred, and Washington, but numerous schools visited the Rancho Bernardo campus this spring.
"We had Oregon come down, USC, UCLA, Washington came down, a whole bunch of schools were there," said Wallace.
Wallace said the UCLA and USC coaches have indicated a strong camp performance could land him offers.
"That's why I'm doing these camps, just to get looked at closer," said Wallace.
For now, Wallace said he remains wide open, but plans to decide before the season.
"I want to decide before my season starts, but I'll probably take all of my trips either way," said Wallace.
He'll visit Texas A&M unofficially this weekend while in College Station and plans to do so again at UCLA and USC later this month. He's also hoping to get to Seattle.
"I won't be able to do their camp, but I might go up for an unofficial visit in late June or July to Washington," said Wallace.
Wallace plans to graduate from high school early, something he said is important to him in the recruiting process.
"I want to be able to come out in spring ball and jump out to the coaches and get a head start on college," said Wallace.
Academically, he has a 3.5 GPA and he scored a 1600 on the SAT.
As a junior, he had 65 tackles for Rancho Bernardo.