Welcome to the Cornerstone Report. This weekly in-season series focuses on the NFL rookie class and 2020 rookie class.
NCAA WEEK ELEVEN
Let’s examine two 2020 prospects whose injuries may lower their costs in rookie drafts.
Tylan Wallace, WR Oklahoma State
Wallace was a top 125 overall recruit in the 2017 class. He held offers from Michigan, Notre Dame and Oklahoma before committing to Oklahoma State. He played sparingly as a true freshman but led the team in all receiving categories as a sophomore.
Statistics from Sports-Reference.com.
Through eight games this year, Wallace led the country with 550 yards after the catch. He does it by playing stronger than his size (6’0” and 185 pounds), winning 50/50 situations and running good routes.
You’ve probably seen this play but it deserves another look (this time with Spanish commentary).