Philadelphia Eagles draft: Top 3 wide receiver options in Round 4
By Smit Bajaj
Tylan Wallace is a Day 3 stud that Philadelphia Eagles fans need to know.
While many of these wide receiver prospects specialize in one thing such as contested catches or running after the catch, Tylan Wallace represents a blend of everything.
He has good hands, runs sharp routes, and plays with a fiery attitude. The Big 12 product can do whatever is required of him and whatever his team wants him to do.
After a few dominant seasons in college, Wallace’s college production should have made him a Day 1 or Day 2 prospect, but injury concerns have caused his stock to go down. A team may still be willing to spend a second or third-round pick on him, but if he falls to the fourth round, the Eagles must take note.
As far as stats go, in 37 career games, he hauled in 205 receptions for 3,434 yards and 26 touchdowns. He also racked up a career 16.8 yards-per-reception average and closed the book on his college football career as a First-team All-American in 2018, a First-team All-Big 12 nod in 2018 and 2020, and a Second-team All-Big 12 nod in 2019.