Wallace Sifting Through Options

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More and more, schools are liking what they see in 2019 Hun School (NJ) four-star offensive tackle Caeden Wallace. The 6’4” and 320-pound lineman now has 10 offers and counting.

Virginia Tech, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Minnesota and Virginia are the most recent to join the hunt for Wallace. And while he has an idea when he wants to take the next steps in his recruitment, for now, he’s still sorting through which schools he has interest in.

“Mainly, its great academics and great football that I want to see,” Wallace said. “I need a good balance between everything. Location doesn’t really matter. I’ve lived in the south and the north. Just the program, I want a hard-knock, physical program.”

This spring, Wallace took in visits to Notre Dame, Temple, Rutgers and Penn State. There was one quality he said he noticed, especially, with each.

“They were all about family,” Wallace said. “I really saw how mainly, all the programs are family-oriented. They want to make you feel like part of the family. They all did that.”

The Hokies offered in late April. So far, Wallace said he’s still getting a feel for them and what they offer.

“They offered (Virginia commit) Bobby (Haskins), one of the new guys coming in,” Wallace said. “I might plan to make a trip down there. I don’t know a lot