"Georgia Tech has been on me for awhile. We will wait and see, my future here depends on this camp. So, I'm like "alright." I've been talking with (Tech tight ends coach) Jeep Hunter for awhile. I've built a pretty good relationship with him. I was down here for a junior day earlier this year, so that went really well. I'm trying to earn an offer while I'm down here; I've got 12 right now.
I've got good options so anywhere I choose to go, I feel I won't be making a mistake with my decision. My best offers are probably Kentucky, Ole Miss, Stanford, Oklahoma State, and Purdue. Louisville, Georgia Tech, South Carolina, and Arkansas are all kind of saying the same things to me. Louisville and South Carolina have both indicated that they would offer me at some point, but they haven't yet. Arkansas and Georgia Tech have said the same things about wanting to see me at their camps. I'd like to get my recruiting done before the season so I can focus on everything."
Wallace is looking for a school that fits his personality and has good academics. He shed a little more light on this:
"Atlanta is a big time city with a lot of job opportunity, especially coming out of Tech. The same thing goes for Stanford. These schools have big time degrees."
Look for the possibility of Ryan making a commitment in the next couple weeks, however his father indicated that his son may wait a while longer to see if any bigger or better offers come to the table.