Oklahoma State WR Tylan Wallace Has NFL Potential

Brian Lamb
Brian Lamb is the owner of NFL Draft Lounge and has covered the NFL Draft since 2011. Brian is also the owner of the Infinity Sports Network, which NFL Draft Lounge belongs to.
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The Background

Tylan Wallace attended South Hills High School in Fort Worth, Texas. He ranks among the top fifteen high school receiver in the state of Texas for receiving yards. Following his senior year of high school, he participated in the Under Armour All-America Game. Out of high school, Wallace was a consensus top 25 recruit in the state. ESPN ranked Wallace 74th in their ESPN 300 rankings. Prior to selecting Oklahoma State, Tylan Wallace had offers from Michigan, Oklahoma, and Notre Dame. Wallace signed his letter of intent in February of 2017, and enrolled later that year in June.

In his freshman season of 2017, Wallace played a small role on offense, finishing with 7 receptions for 118 yards. However, he was a contributor on special teams as the punt returner.

2018 was a breakout season for Tylan Wallace at Oklahoma State. In 13 games for the Cowboys, he finished with 86 receptions for 1,491 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns. Additionally, he led the nation with 63 receptions of 10 yards or more. As a result, Wallace was a Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Semifinalist, First-Team Big-12 and All-American. To top things off, Tylan Wallace was a Biletnikoff Award Finalist as the nation’s outstanding receiver.

During the 2019 season, Wallace suffered a season ending injury after tearing his ACL. However, in nine games of action, he accumulated 53 receptions for 903 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns. For the second straight season, Tylan Wallace averaged over 17 yards per reception.

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