First-team all-state selection on both sides of the football by Virginia High School Sports League…named as a wide receiver and a defensive back…showed his abilities on both sides of the ball in Virginia 5A State Championship Game when he had five receptions for 99 yards and two touchdowns on offense and an interception in the endzone on defense…his High Springs team finished 14-1 and won the state championship, the first for his school since 1961…for the year had 718 yards receiving and 376 rushing…scored 14 total touchdowns overall…did most of his rushing as a Wildcat Quarterback…in third game of the 2015 season played the position for most of the game and completed 3-7 passes for 86 yards and a score, and had five rushes for 114 yards and a score leading team to 31-14 win over Meadowbrook…in addition to all-state recognition, named all-metro…number-four overall player in Richmond area by Richmond Times Dispatch…team ranked No. 43 in the nation and No. 1 in Virginia by Max Preps in 2015…as a junior had 17 receptions for 450 yards (26.5 yards per catch) and four touchdowns on offense, 27 tackles and an interception on defense…also contributed 13 rushes for 166 yards and two scores…team finished 11-1 as a junior….also outstanding in track, he competed in the New Balance National High School Championships in New York City in March of 2015…his strong senior year on the gridiron led to offers from Clemson and Ohio State in late January…played for head coach Loren Johnson….selected Clemson over offers from Michigan State, Pittsburgh and Ohio State…recruited by Mike Reed.
Mickey Plyler on Wallace: Wallace is a taller defensive back with good athleticism. I say Tankersley due to his exception ball skills. Many schools thought he could play wide out at this level. He has safety height but corner quickness.
Reminds Plyler of: Cordrea Tanklersley
Clemson offered on 1/24/16.