As a high school playmaker in Texas, Tylan Wallace was a man among boys for South Hill. He finished his career in high school with 3,760 yards receiving on 182 receptions. He also took it to the house 48 times and averaged 20.7 yards per catch throughout his career. Do you understand how dominating that is?
Wallace is now at Oklahoma State and not much is changing. He is dominating his competition at OSU as well. He has easily become one of the most feared wide receivers in college football. He entered the season ranked third among all active FBS players with 2,512 career recieving yards and was second with 20 career receiving touchdowns.
He also had 11 career games with 100 yards receiving over the last two years.
This year Wallace is continuing where he left off. He has already added two more 100 yard games against Texas and Kansas. He has 35 receptions for 588 yards and 4 touchdowns. He looks like Stefon Diggs on film, he is very elusive with the ball. He runs good routes, but it is how he terrorizes defenses after the catch that is amazing. He is getting drafted in 2021, and whatever team lands him is getting a steal.
NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Notes
Tylan Wallace will make you pay if you give him space. He is pretty fast, and had great hands. His coaches do a good job at utilizing his strengths. He is used a lot in the screen game, and does a great job at breaking tackles and getting to the edge. Wallace is has been a Biletnikoff Award Finalist in the past, and I would not be shocked if he is a finalist this year as well. – Damond Talbot, NFL Draft Diamonds, Owner