- Illingworth connects with Wallace for TD as rout of Kansas continues
- Oklahoma State scores another long TD
- Oklahoma State's Wallace turns on burners for long TD
ESPN Fantasy Projection: The Ravens selected Wallace in the fourth round of April's draft. The Oklahoma State product is a 5-foot-11, 194-pound perimeter receiver who made his name with big volume and explosive plays deep down field. He averaged a 34% target share and 46% air-yard share in 31 games during his final three FBS seasons, averaging a hefty 3.2 YPRR during that span. Wallace tore his ACL in 2019 but didn't seem to miss a beat in 10 games in 2020, showing good ball skills, hands and leaping ability. Wallace may not do much in the short area, but he has upside as a vertical weapon. He's an intriguing dynasty stash, but lacks season-long appeal in a run-heavy Baltimore offense that will be featuring Marquise Brown, Mark Andrews and first-round pick Rashod Bateman.