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OSU football: What the national media is saying about Tylan Wallace

What they’re saying about OSU’s Tylan Wallace

With his performance in the first two games of the season, Oklahoma State receiver Tylan Wallace has had national media buzzing at the college and pro level. Here’s a sample of what some of them have had to say:

ESPN’s Holly Rowe: “My weekly Tylan Wallace check in... you are welcome America. He continues to be spectacular. I am launching an unofficial Heisman campaign. He is just so fun to watch.”

NFL Network draft analyst Ben Fennell: “Tylan Wallace has got some JUICE… Made some TOUGH catches — both over middle of the field and at the catch point for a WR at 6-0 185. Fast & fluid & competitive.”

The Draft Network’s Trevor Sikkema: “Plain and simple: get the ball in this kid’s hands and special things can happen… He’ll never be the first to pass an NFL eye test, but Wallace’s game is as big as Goliath. He can be used as a quick-hit player in the screen game, a deep threat player on post routes and up the seam, as a fade end zone machine, and everything in between.”

Ben Baby, ESPN Cincinnati Bengals writer: “Go ahead and give Tylan Wallace the Biletnikoff already.”

Sayre Bedinger, “This guy is a lot of fun to watch, and plays way bigger than his listed 6-foot, 185-pound size suggests. He’s got strong hands, runs excellent routes, and has speed to burn.”

Scott Wright, Staff writer

Scott Wright

A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and... Read more ›