Oklahoma State football: Predicting where top prospects land in 2021 Draft

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OSU wide receiver Tylan Wallace was a finalist for the 2018 Biletnikoff Award. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

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Tylan Wallace
WR Oklahoma State

Tylan Wallace has enjoyed a special career in Stillwater, finishing as one of the most outstanding wide receivers in school history despite some tough injury breaks. The senior from Fort Worth finished his OSU career with 205 receptions for 3,434 receiving yards, the fourth-highest career mark all-time among Cowboy wide receivers behind only James Washington, Rashaun Woods, and Justin Blackmon.

Wallace has clearly shown his next-level ability by his precise route-running and his knack for making tough catches in traffic. His leaping ability, too, has been noted by NFL scouts. He suffered a season-ending injury in Week 9 of his junior season and never fully regained his sophomore year form last season in 2020.

The Baltimore Ravens might have been strong candidates to take Wallace at the end of the second round before a swap with the Kansas City Chiefs leaves them two first-round selections followed by No. 94 near the end of the third round.

The Ravens are a run-oriented team driven by 2019 NFL MVP Lamar Jackson. Now that running back Mark Ingram has signed with the Texans, the team may be looking for a offensive playmaker (albeit a wideout) to aid their young star quarterback.

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