I was raving about the star from Aiken and so were Gamecock fans once he committed to USC. It was a great signing for the program and Wallace had the tools to become a superstar but it never really panned out that way.
After watching him have an up and down career in Columbia I would've guessed a career in Europe was in store for Wallace. Wallace signed with Eric Fleisher (Kevin Garnett's agent) and has put together a nice run so far for the Boston Celtics in the NBA Summer League.
Monday saw Wallace get 25 minutes of playing time and he responded with 4 points, 5 boards, and a steal against the San Antonio Spurs in a 61-53 loss.
Wallace's versatility has always been intriguing and although he's playing for the Celtics you rest assured other NBA teams are taking a close look at his overall abilities.
SCPrepNation.com will keep a close eye on Brandon Wallace's progress as he attempts to stick with an NBA team. Here's to hoping that the former Silver Bluff High star proves me and others wrong in the end.