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Name: Tylan Wallace 
College: Oklahoma State     Number: 2
Height: 5-11   Weight: 194
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 4.43
   40 Time: 4.50
  40 High: 4.57
Projected Round: 2  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5113
Weight: 194

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Dates: 04/01/21
Hand: 09 3/4  Arm: 30 3/8
Wingspan: 72

Height: 5113
Weight: 194
40 Yrd Dash: 4.50
20 Yrd Dash: 2.66
10 Yrd Dash: 1.53
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 11
Vertical Jump: 33
Broad Jump: 09'04"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.25
3-Cone Drill: 6.97

40 Time Range: 4.49-4.50/Projected 4.49
 

 



 Data Scout Notes: **2020: 1stC/AFCA2nd/WCamp2nd/HMC-OPoY/BiletnikoffSemifinalist...PMaxwell/PWCamp2nd/PBiletnikoff...2019: 2ndC...(+) Oct 2019 Knee INJ/Out...P2ndDS/PWCamp/PMaxwell/PBiletnikoff...2nd team All-Big 12, AP 2nd team All-Big 12 w/53-903-17.0-8 rec, 1-0-0.0-0 rush, TT in 8 gms in '19. AP 2nd team All-American, Walter Camp 2nd team All-American, ESPN 1st team All-American, Sporting News 1st team All-American, SI.com 2nd team All-American, USA Today 2nd team All-American, 1st team All-Big 12, AP 1st team All-Big 12 w/86-1491-17.3-12 rec, 1-6-6.0-0 rush in 13 gms in '18. Backup w/7-118-16.9-0 rec in 13 gms in '17.

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  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: Tyan Wallace (OPoY),...Several other Cowboys were named honorable mention, including Calvin Bundage (LB), Logan Carter (FB), Trace Ford (DL), Alex Hale (PK; Special Teams Player of the Year), Dezmon Jackson (Offensive Newcomer of the Year), Tyler Lacy (DL), Ogbongbemiga (Defensive Player of the Year), Spencer Sanders (QB), Ry Schneider (OL), Josh Sills (OL), Tre Sterling (DB), Dillon Stoner (WR, KR/PR) and Jelani Woods (TE). - Oklahoma State Football

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State,...Wallace, who was a second-team selection last season and a first-team pick in 2018, is the fifth wide receiver in OSU history to make all-conference teams in three-straight years, joining James Washington (2015-17), Rashaun Woods (2001-03), Hart Lee Dykes (1986-88) and L.B. Asbury (1934-36). He is the first Cowboy to do so at any position since running back Justice Hill was picked from 2016-18. Wallace was also an honorable mention for 2020 Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year. - Oklahoma State Football

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  Injuries keep piling up for Pokes. Oklahoma State receiver Tylan Wallace had just made his biggest play of the day, a 55-yard touchdown catch that gave the Cowboys a one-point lead late in the third quarter. But Wallace never returned to the game, sustaining what was believed to be a minor knee injury as he was tackled in the end zone. His absence affected what offensive coordinator Kasey Dunn was able to call in the fourth quarter of a 29-22 loss Saturday at TCU's Amon G. Carter Stadium. "We didn't run the ball efficiently in the second half," Dunn said. "We have a lot of things that we create off the run game, and we just weren't able to do it. "When Tylan's not out there, the safeties can load the box then." - Daily Oklahoman

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  2020 BILETNIKOFF AWARD SEMIFINALIST: Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State,...Wallace, a senior who was a Biletnikoff Award finalist in 2018, is leading the Big 12 this season in receiving yards with 877, receiving yards per game with 97.4 and receptions per game with an average of 5.9 catches. The Fort Worth, Texas native was a 2018 first-team All-American and was on his way to another All-America season in 2019 before getting injured with five games remaining on the schedule. - Oklahoma State Football

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  Receiver Tylan Wallace put on a show in his final game at BPS. The senior from Fort Worth, Texas, went over the 100-yard mark for the 15th game of his career, and he got there by halftime. He added a highlight-reel touchdown catch in the third quarter, coming down with a pass in the back of the end zone and dragging his feet as he pulled the ball in. Wallace finished with 129 yards and a TD on seven receptions. He was targeted 12 times and rushed once for 7 yards. In the first half alone, he had six catches for 102 yards. Quarterback Spencer Sanders spread the ball out well, completing passes to seven players and targeting nine receivers in all. - Daily Oklahoman

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  Oklahoma State wideout Tylan Wallace, the Big 12's leader in nearly every major receiving category - including receptions per game (7.0), yards per game (117.6) and total yardage (588) - was held out of the lineup Saturday, reportedly batting a muscle injury that occurred in a practice earlier this week. His only appearance in the game came during the fourth quarter, when he took the field for an onside kick by K-State. He knocked the ball out of bounds before returning to the Cowboys' sideline. - Manhattan Mercury

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  NOV 2 BIG 12 CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tylan Wallace, WR, Sr., Oklahoma State,...Wallace finished with a career-high 11 catches on 11 targets for 187 yards and two touchdowns. It marked the most receiving yards and most catches of any Big 12 player in a game this season. It was the fifth game with double-digit catches of Wallace's career, while it was his 13th career game of 100 or more receiving yards. - Big 12 Football

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  Tylan Wallace was having a relatively quiet start to the season. It was speculated the Oklahoma State receiver might have been dealing with the lingering effects of his ACL injury from late in the 2019 season. Others wrote it off as the offense was focusing more on avoiding major mistakes from true freshman quarterback Shane Illingworth once starter Spencer Sanders went down on the first play of the second offensive drive of the season. "Tylan is very driven," Cowboy coach Mike Gundy said. "He was at, sometimes, we felt four to six weeks ahead in recovery, just based on his willingness to work hard with with rehab. And he's put himself in a good situation. He's somewhat past the mental part of it, which, you know, anytime you get injured, you know, it works on you mentally a little bit, and I think he's gotten past that now. And he's back to just enjoying the game."

Whatever the case was, it's now a thing of the past with the help of the outmatched, inexperienced Kansas defense. Wallace recorded his first 100-yard receiving performance of the season, and hauled in his first touchdowns - including the team's first passing touchdown of the year. He finished with nine catches for 148 yards, with a long of 55 yards, and two touchdowns. "What they did defensively allowed us to be able to do those things," Wallace said. "We watched their past few games and we knew they were going to come out and do that. That's exactly what we needed to be able to throw the ball down the field, and I think we did a better job, obviously, than the past few games." - Stillwater Press


(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy finally got to see what his offense was capable of doing Saturday. It looked a lot like it has the past decade or so. After a couple ho-hum performances against Tulsa and West Virginia, the No. 17 Cowboys took advantage of a porous and backpedaling Kansas defense to get back on track. Shane Illingworth threw for 265 yards and three touchdowns, Chuba Hubbard ran for 145 yards and two more scores, and the Cowboys were so far ahead by the third quarter that they were able to rest most of their starters the final 20 minutes of their 47-7 romp at Memorial Stadium.

Tylan Wallace had nine catches for 148 yards and two touchdowns, and Braylon Johnson had four catches for 74 yards and the other passing TD, as the Cowboys (3-0, 2-0 Big 12) built a 31-0 lead by halftime and coasted from there. "Moving the quarterback around and changing linemen around, we couldn't get in sync," Gundy said. "Today we looked more like who we've been the last 13 or 14 years on offense." Oklahoma State finished with 298 yards through the air and 295 on the ground for 593 yards of total offense. But as gaudy as those numbers might be, the Cowboys' defense may have been even more impressive. - Oklahoma State/AP College Football


(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  SEPT 21 BIG 12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tylan Wallace, WR, Sr., Oklahoma State,...Wallace had three receptions of at least 20 yards in the third quarter alone to help swing momentum and put OSU in the lead. He finished with four catches for 99 yards, including catches of 36 and 29 yards. - Big 12 Football

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  Oklahoma State receiver Tylan Wallace spent a good portion of the preseason wearing a brace on his surgically repaired knee, along with a green no-contact jersey for added protection during practice. But as this week's game against Tulsa - set for 11 a.m. Saturday at Boone Pickens Stadium - got closer, Wallace got back to full contact, and he eventually removed the knee brace as well. "I feel like I'm back where I was, back where I used to be," Wallace said. "I probably had the green jersey on for a couple weeks. I had it on for a while, and realized I was getting close to game day and it was gonna have to come off. "It came off, took the brace off, got into some contact stuff, starting running routes without it and felt perfectly fine. I feel kind of like the old me now. I feel like I'm going out there and playing football like I used to."

Wallace, a Blietnikoff Award finalist in 2018, tore his ACL late last October, finishing his junior season with 903 yards and eight touchdowns in eight games. Quarterback Spencer Sanders has seen Wallace regain his confidence in practice. And the quarterback has had to remind Wallace to take it easy at times in drills. "His motivation to get back and hold himself accountable for his job - he's gonna do what he's put on film the past three years. He's gonna give it his 100%," Sanders said. "I love watching Tylan play. "I think he's ballin' even better than he was last year." - Daily Oklahoman


(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State,...Wallace has rightfully earned a spot among the best and most feared receivers in college football...Ranks third among active FBS players with 2,512 career receiving yards and is second with 20 career receiving touchdowns...Has 11 games with 100 or more receiving yards in the last two seasons. - Oklahoma State Football

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  Oklahoma State star wide receiver Tylan Wallace practiced for the first time since suffering a torn ACL on Oct. 30, 2019. And by all accounts, he looked good. He opened Wednesday's Zoom interview following the Cowboys' first fall practice by saying he's moving around "real good." Wallace did not practice during the Cowboys' shortened spring practice period. He was still rehabbing the injury. He also rehabbed at home when the spring semester was forced to go virtual only due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, he's starting to look more and more like the 2018 Biletnikoff Award finalist who shined last season before his injury. "He moved around well today," offensive coordinator Kasey Dunn said. "We're getting him out there and trying to protect him as much as we possibly can and just get him confident again on that leg and that knee. But after practice, it looks and sounds like he felt pretty good. - Daily Oklahoman

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  2020 PRESEASON WALTER CAMP SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State,...Wallace, who missed OSU's final five games due to injury in 2019, ranks third among active FBS players with 2,512 career receiving yards and is second with 20 career receiving touchdowns. He has totaled 11 games with 100 or more receiving yards in the past two seasons and finished 2018 as a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award given to the nation's best pass catcher. - Oklahoma State Football

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State,...Wallace was a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award and a first team All-American in 2018. The senior out of Fort Worth, Texas, has rightfully earned a spot among the best and most feared receivers in college football. He enters 2020 ranked third among active FBS players with 2,512 career receiving yards and is second with 20 career receiving touchdowns. He also has 11 games with 100 or more receiving yards in the past two seasons. - Oklahoma State Football

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  2020 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State,...Wallace wrapped up his sophomore campaign by leading the nation with 63 receptions of 10 yards or longer and tying for second in the FBS with 25 receptions of 20 yards or longer. His 17.33 yards per reception led the FBS among players with a minimum of 80 catches and he ranked second nationally with 1,491 total receiving yards. His 66 first-down receptions also led all Power Five conference players and he became the first player in school history to post two 200-yard receiving games against ranked opponents in the same season. - Oklahoma State Football

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  It's official: Workouts can begin June 15 in the Big 12 Conference. The league's Board of Directors approved a phased-in approach Friday for athletes in all sports to begin "voluntary activities related to sports participation." Football players can begin voluntary workouts at campus athletic facilities on June 15. They'll work with the program's strength and conditioning staff, but not their coaches. Volleyball, soccer and cross-country athletes can start voluntary workouts on July 1. All other Big 12 athletes can return to campus for voluntary sports-related activities on July 15. "This phased approach is intended to permit gradual adoption of best practices for mitigation of COVID-19, as well as ensuring a safe environment and appropriately prepared facilities," the Big 12 said in a statement. - Des Moines Register

(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  2019 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State,...Three Cowboys earned second-team All-Big 12 honors, including wide receiver Tylan Wallace and linebackers Malcolm Rodriguez and Amen Ogbongbemiga. Wallace was a first-team honoree in 2018, and still earned second-team honors in 2019 despite missing the final four games of the regular season. - Oklahoma State Football

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  The injury was to Tylan Wallace's knee, but the pain rippled throughout Cowboy country Friday afternoon. Wallace, Oklahoma State's star receiver and one of the faces of the program, got the news Friday that he had suffered a torn ACL, a source told The Oklahoman. Wallace suffered the injury in a non-contact situation at practice Wednesday and underwent an MRI Thursday that did not reveal the extent of the injury. Further testing Friday morning provided the answer no one in orange wanted to hear.

Wallace's season - and maybe his OSU career, but more on that later - is over. OSU athletic representatives declined to comment on the injury, which is congruent with program policy. Through eight games, the 6-foot, 185-pound junior had 903 yards and eight touchdowns on 53 receptions, a strong follow-up to his sophomore season in which he was a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award. - The Oklahoman


(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  Oklahoma State utilized a dominant passing game that piled up 413 yards and scored five touchdowns, to roll past McNeese 56-14 Saturday. Redshirt freshman quarterback Spencer Sanders completed 12 of 18 passes for 250 yards and three touchdowns in his home debut until he exited the game early in the third quarter. Then backup Dru Brown, who narrowly lost the off-season battle to become the starter, stepped in and completed 7 of 10 passes for 142 yards and two touchdowns.

Receiver Tylan Wallace recorded five receptions for 180 yards and three touchdowns, including scores of 69 and 75 yards where he caught short passes, then outraced defenders the length of the field into the end zone. After gaining 352 yards rushing in their season-opening 52-36 victory at Oregon State last week, including a nation-leading 221 from running back Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State managed 167 in this one. Sanders topped them with 51 yards rushing on 11 carries, while Hubbard gained 44 yards and a touchdown on eight rushes. For McNeese, Cody Orgeron was 11-of-22 passing for 151 yards and one touchdown, along with two interceptions, while also leading all players in rushing with 89 yards on 16 carries. - AP College Football


(DS#10 WR) Sr/2021 WR Tylan WallaceOklahoma State
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  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT FBS P5 SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State, Jr.,... One of three national finalists for the Biletnikoff Award presented to the nation's outstanding receiver, regardless of position in 2018...A first-team All-Big 12 honoree and a second-team Academic All-Big 12 selection...Led the nation with 63 receptions of 10 yards or longer and tied for second in the FBS with 25 receptions of 20 yards or longer...His 17.33 yards per reception also led the FBS among players with a minimum of 80 catches...Ranked second nationally with 1,491 total receiving yards and was third nationally with 114.7 receiving yards per game...His 66 first-down receptions led all Power Five conference players and ranked second nationally. - Oklahoma State Football

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  2019 PRESEASON WALTER CAMP PLAYER OF YEAR PLAYERS TO WATCH: Tylan Wallace, WR, Junior, Oklahoma State,...One of three national finalists for the Biletnikoff Award presented to the nation's outstanding receiver, regardless of position in 2018...A first-team All-Big 12 honoree and a second-team Academic All-Big 12 selection...Led the nation with 63 receptions of 10 yards or longer and tied for second in the FBS with 25 receptions of 20 yards or longer...His 17.33 yards per reception also led the FBS among players with a minimum of 80 catches...Ranked second nationally with 1,491 total receiving yards and was third nationally with 114.7 receiving yards per game. - Oklahoma State Football

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  2019 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State,...A first-team All-America selection and Biletnikoff Award finalist in 2018, Wallace has already been recognized on numerous preseason All-America teams in 2019. As a sophomore last season, he ranked second in the FBS with 1,491 receiving yards and was third nationally with 114.7 receiving yards per game. - Oklahoma State Football

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  2019 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD CANDIDATE: WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State,...As a sophomore last season, he ranked second in the FBS with 1,491 receiving yards and was third nationally with 114.7 receiving yards per game. He did his best work on the biggest stages, making 10 catches for 222 yards and two touchdowns in the Cowboys' win over No. 6 Texas and 10 catches for 220 yards at No. 6 Oklahoma. - Oklahoma State Football

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