|Name, Jersey #||K.J. Wallace #16|
|Class Yr||RS SR|
|Height, Weight||5096, 187 lbs|
|40 Yd Dash||4.47e|
|Season Viewed (yr)||2022, 2023|
|Games Watched||SCCL, NCUN, VAPI, KYLO, NCWF|
|Scout Name / Date||Solomon Sterling, 09-28-2023|
Per Year Stats (Most Recent First)
|2023||4 GP, 16 T, 10 Solo, 1 Sacks, 1 FF, 4 PD|
|2022||11 GP, 9 S, 46 T, 29 Solo, 17 Ast, 3 TFL, 1 Sacks, 2 PDF, 1 INT|
|2021||10 GP, 1 T, 1 Ast|
|2020||3 GP, 3 T, 2 Solo, 1 Ast|
5th-Year Senior. Transferred from Notre Dame. Became a starter last season. He has a lean and slender body frame. Long limbs for his size. Roamer around the LOS, plays a lot of his snaps in the box in run support. comes in on a lot of disguised and undisguised blitz’s. Good ability to shoot gaps and shed blocks. Good hand placement. Doesn’t jam a lot but when he does, he’s good at striking at the POA and shedding the block immediately no matter how many opponents he has to shed. Constant pursuit for the ball; even when he’s out of the play. Not afraid to travel in coverage. Plays mostly zone and off-man coverage. Sometimes gives up too much leverage in off-man. Good ability to read and replace defending in zone or press at top of the stack. Average stance, Has good closing speed. He allows GATC defense to be flexible. Athletic enough to cover anyone in the slot or out the backfield but physical enough that they don’t have to play with 3 traditional LBs just because a TE or bigger back comes onto the field. Has a good change of direction. Solid tackler but sometimes takes bad angles.
K.J. Wallace is a good slot corner that gives your defense the flexibility of wanting to play with an extra DB that doesn’t hinder you in run support.