While pretty much knew that wide receiver Tylan Wallace would not return for Oklahoma State next season, he made it official yesterday with an announcement on his Twitter account.
“I can’t wait and am excited to represent Oklahoma State in the NFL next season. #LOYALANDTRUE,” Wallace wrote.
Wallace was one of the most dynamic wide receivers in Oklahoma State history. His sophomore season he was named a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award after putting up 86 receptions for 1,491 yards. Over his career, he put up 205 receptions for 3,429 yards. And that was after going out with an ACL tear his junior season.
Wide receiver Dillon Stoner announced on Saturday via his Twitter account that he will enter this year’s NFL Draft.
“Playing at Oklahoma State University the last five years has been a dream come true for me,” Stone wrote. “ The memories and experiences that I’ve had will last me a life time and I wouldn't trade them for the world.”
Stoner has been a key part of Oklahoma State’s wide receiving core over his career. Over the past five years, he’s had 191 receptions for 2,378 yards. While those might not be the most glorious numbers in the entire world, Stoner was there to step up when fellow wide receiver Tylan Wallace tore his ACL in 2019.