Oklahoma State gets boost with WR Tylan Wallace returning

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Oklahoma State QB Spencer Sanders goes deep and connects with Tylan Wallace, who breaks a tackle then takes it to the house. (0:32)

Oklahoma State wide receiver Tylan Wallace, a former Biletnikoff Award finalist who is recovering from a torn ACL, announced that he will return for his senior season rather than enter the NFL draft.

Wallace made the announcement on social media, posting, "We are building something special in Stillwater and I'm not ready to leave because this is where I belong."

The Fort Worth, Texas, native missed the final five games of the season after suffering the knee injury in practice on Oct. 30. He had surgery to repair the ACL on Nov. 6.

At the time of his injury, Wallace led all FBS players with a combined 2,394 receiving yards over the past two seasons. He caught 53 passes for 903 yards and eight touchdowns in eight games this season.

He has caught 146 passes for 20 touchdowns during his career at Oklahoma State.

The 6-foot, 185-pound junior was considered a top-20 prospect at his position, according to ESPN's NFL Draft Player Rankings.