Wallace has two walk-on opportunities

When a quarterback is used to taking all the major snaps in a game and then steps into a situation where has to share snaps, it can be difficult. However, Christian Wallace made the most of just this same situation.

When a quarterback is used to taking all the major snaps in a game and then steps into a situation where has to share snaps, it can be difficult. However, Christian Wallace made the most of just this same situation.

Ballard went 8-3 this season falling to St. Xavier in the second round of the playoffs. But Ballard had an excellent season, appearing to be a title contender all season behind senior receiver DeVante Parker and Ballard's dual quarterbacks: Moez Crawford and Christian Wallace.

Wallace transferred in for his senior season and shared snaps with Crawford. Wallace did a good job with his opportunities.

"I feel like during the opportunities I was given, I made the best out of them. I threw 16 touchdowns and only two interceptions," said Wallace. "I threw two back to back touchdowns against state champions, Trinity and three touchdowns in the first half against state champions (Louisville) Central," said Wallace.

But Wallace didn't feel great about how the season turned out for the Bruins.

"I feel disappointed about the way the season turned out. Our goal was to make it to the state championship and we fell short," he said.

Wallace and Ballard didn't reach their goals, but Wallace looks to have an opportunity to compete that the next level, with interest from several schools.

"Right now I'm still talking to a few different small schools along with Indiana and Western Kentucky," he said. "I would be able to walk on at Indiana or Western Kentucky," Wallace continued.

While no decision has been made and there is still a chance to receive scholarship offers, Wallace is leaning a little towards a specific situation.

"I am still trying to keep all my options open, but I am leaning towards Western Kentucky. My dad played for them a long time ago and it just seems like a great school," Wallace continued.

Wallace is working with a former college player on his game and still trying to get better.

"I've been working out three times a week with former Louisville player Montrell Jones. He helps me with my speed and agility. He also pushes me real hard in the weight room," Wallace finished.


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