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Wallace won Region Player of the Year this past season, rushing for 1,221 yards, 13 touchdowns and averaging 9.6 yards per carry, per MaxPreps.
Although he’s mainly a running back, Wallace has played multiple positions. Offensively, he’s spent time at receiver and quarterback. On defense, he’s played corner and he’s returned kicks on special teams. He returned a kickoff for a touchdown this past season and picked off two passes. Wallace also threw for 1964 yards and made 92 tackles, per MaxPreps. Wallace is a speedster, qualifying for states in the 200- and 100-meter dash.
He took an official visit to Penn State in November, the weekend of the school’s 30-0 win over Maryland at Beaver Stadium. As people could probably guess, Wallace enjoyed himself.
“It was a really good visit,” Wallace told Blue White Illustrated afterward.
Wallace told BWI that Penn State’s coaching staff has “great personalities.”
”I never saw any negativity in anything they were saying,” Wallace said. “Everything they said was just the truth. They’re a very honest staff. It was really cool seeing everything there.”
Penn State’s now gotten four commitments in the past week. Three-star EDGE Joseph Mupoyi (St. Thomas More) committed last Monday, and fellow three-star DL Mason Robinson (Owings Mills, Maryland), committed the next day. Three days later, four-star linebacker Kaveion Keys (Richmond, Virginia) committed. With Early Signing Day scheduled for Wednesday, Penn State has the No. 13 class in the county according to 247Sports.