STILLWATER — Tylan Wallace remained at Oklahoma State for his senior season to prove his surgically reconstructed knee was healthy.
The star receiver checked that box over and over again to satisfy even the most skeptical.
But if anyone was still wondering about Wallace’s right knee — the one that sustained a torn ACL in 2019 — he offered yet another piece of proof last week when he ran a 4.39-second 40-yard dash at pro day for Exos, an athlete training organization that held an NFL combine-style event at a Dallas-area facility.
The biggest obstacle working against Wallace in next month’s NFL Draft is the depth of the receiver position overall.
ESPN draft specialist Mel Kiper Jr. projected five receivers to be picked in the first round in his latest mock draft.
“There’s a lot of good receivers in this draft,” Kiper said in a conference call earlier this week.
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