Ranked as a three-star athlete by ESPN, Rivals, Scout and 247Sports … ESPN lists him as the No. 40 athlete nationally in the class and the No. 76 overall prospect in Texas … Scout has him as the No. 49 athlete and No. 97 Texas prospect … Twin brother of fellow signee Tylan Wallace.
Played for coach JJ Resendez at South Hills … Had promising freshman and sophomore seasons before injuries derailed his junior and senior campaigns … In just over two games as a senior, he threw for 334 yards and four touchdowns against zero interceptions on 19-of-29 passing … Also rushed for 239 yards and three scores on 18 carries (13.3 yards per carry) … Was named the District 7-5A Offensive MVP as a sophomore, throwing for 2,123 yards and 30 touchdowns against just three interceptions on 123-of-180 passing (68.3 pct.) … Also rushed for 1,393 yards and 22 touchdowns on 131 carries (10.6 yards per carry) and earned honorable mention all-state honors … Named the District 7-4A Offensive Newcomer of the Year as a freshman, throwing for 1,859 yards and 18 touchdowns against 10 interceptions on 130-of-206 passing (63.1 pct.) … Also rushed for 760 yards and 13 touchdowns on 143 carries and added four catches for 93 yards and two touchdowns … Despite losing most of his junior and senior seasons to injuries, his career totals were still impressive - 4,316 passing yards and 52 touchdowns against 13 interceptions on 272-of-415 passing (65.5 pct.) and 2,392 rushing yards and 38 touchdowns on 292 carries (8.2 yards per carry) … An academic all-state honoree and part of the AB Honor Roll … Actively involved with the My Brother’s Keeper Program … Also a standout athlete in baseball and track and field … Chose Oklahoma State over other offers from Virginia, Houston, Vanderbilt, Tulsa, SMU, North Texas, FIU and Middle Tennessee State.
Tracin Allen Wallace was born May 13, 1999, in Fort Worth, Texas … Son of Mandi Moore … His twin brother, Tylan, also signed with Oklahoma State … Plans to study kinesiology.
"He got hurt his senior year and battled through injury and was rehabbing. He’s a winner, another high-character kid. Tremendous athlete. He continues to make plays, can run the ball very well but can throw it very accurately. He’s an accurate thrower. I’m excited about what he brings, all the intangibles. Tremendous leadership. His versatility really sets him apart."
-- Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich