|JOE WALLACE||DEFENSIVE TACKLE|
|HT/WT: 6-1/315||FORTY: 4.96|
|HIGH SCHOOL: Skyline (Dallas, TX)|
|OFFERS: Air Force, Army, Colorado State, Iowa State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Maryland, Massachusetts, SMU, Texas-San Antonio, Texas Tech, Washington|
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|CUMULATIVE RANKING: 0.8148|
|PROFILE DATE: August 10, 2015|
The Player Speaks: Nothing yet.
RELATED: 2016 DT Joe Wallace and 2016 DE Clarence Henderson Commit to Texas Tech
Scouting Report: Wallace already possesses what a lot of tackles do not have at his level, which is legitimate Division I size. Wallace’s Hudl bio says that he’s at 315, but everywhere else says that he is at 330. Either way, if he’s close to that size, then that’s a huge first step. The other really impressive part is that Wallace does not appear to be just a guy that has size, but he’s overpowering opponents on the defensive line and he’s beating opponents as long as he’s not double-teamed. It’s unfair, and he’s beating good teams, as there are a few highlights from Allen, which would be Cody Wheeler playing center (making an assumption here). Wallace also appears to be well-balanced and for a guy his size, he’s plenty quick. Being 6-0 or so will help keep that balance that goes along with his size.
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