It didn’t take long for No. 2 to assert himself as Oklahoma State’s No. 1. Tylan Wallace, the super sophomore stepped right into the void left by last year’s Biletnikoff winner James Washington, quickly becoming the focal point for a Taylor Cornelius-led offense. And with the opportunities came some serious and historic numbers.
That production did not go unnoticed, even if Wallace was edged out by Jerry Jeudy for the