A consistent playmaker who ranks among the top 15 players in career receiving yards in Texas high school football history … ESPN ranks him as the No. 74 overall recruit in the nation, and ESPN, Rivals, Scout and 247Sports all rank him as a four-star prospect … ESPN lists him as the No. 13 wide receiver prospect and the No. 16 player in Texas, while 247Sports lists him as the No. 16 wide receiver and the No. 19 player in Texas … Twin of fellow signee, Tracin Wallace.
Played for coach JJ Resendez at South Hills … Ranks among the top 15 players in Texas high school football history in terms of career receiving yards, wrapping up his career with 3,760 yards and 48 touchdowns on 182 receptions (20.7 yards per catch) … Earned a spot in the Under Armour All-America Game following his senior season … Caught 56 passes for 933 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior and also gained 165 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries … A first team all-state selection and district offensive MVP … Totaled 1,439 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns on 59 receptions as junior … Also had 172 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries …. Finished with 801 receiving yards and 149 rushing yards as a sophomore and 587 receiving yards with 91 rushing yards as a freshman … Career rushing numbers were 53 carries for 577 yards (10.9 yards per carry) and eight touchdowns … The Scorpions combined record during his four years on the team was 32-12, including a 10-1 season his senior year … 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 a long list of other offers, including Oklahoma, Michigan, Washington, Notre Dame, Oregon, Kansas State, Missouri, Virginia, Arizona State, Vanderbilt, Houston, Tulsa, Maryland, SMU and Florida International.
Tylan Michael Wallace was born May 13, 1999, in Fort Worth, Texas … Son of Mandi Moore … His twin brother, Tracin, also signed with Oklahoma State … Plans to study kinesiology.
"He's a football junkie and loves to play the game. He's really athletic, a dynamic play-maker and a great kid."
-- Wide Receivers Coach Kasey Dunn