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WATCH: Tylan Wallace Impressing at Under Armour All-America Game Practice



Oklahoma State wide receiver recruit Tylan Wallace, a senior prospect from Fort Worth South Hills, is showcasing his talents in Orlando this week. The four-star receiver earned an invite to become an Under Armour All-American, and as a result he gets to spend the last week in December in the sunshine state preparing for the All-American game on Jan. 1.

He’s looking pretty good. ESPN recruiting guru Gerry Hamilton called him an instant impact player for OSU. Here he is in practice taking a pass in drills.

Boyyyy is he smooth in and out of his breaks.  He isn’t the tallest receiver at 6-foot, nor is he the fastest receiver a la Tyreek Hill. But he’s a smooth, polished receiver who runs precise routes, and is best known for his homerun threat. He finished his high school career to go down as one of the most productive receivers in all of Texas high school football history: 56 total touchdowns, 3,760 receiving yards and 577 yards rushing. That’s quite lethal.

Here’s some of his gear for the UA All-American game.

Tylan will become OSU’s highest rated receiver to sign with Oklahoma State since … Dez Bryant. Check out his senior highlights below and you’ll see why recruiting scouts are gushing about the South Hills senior.

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