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Several reports now indicate Oklahoma State's All-American wide receiver Tylan Wallace has suffered a season ending knee injury.
Wallace was injured during Wednesday's practice when he landed awkwardly after going up for a pass in a non-contact drill. The Oklahoman's Scott Wright reported Wallace underwent an MRI exam on Thursday but that the results were inconclusive.
Wallace was re-evaluated today and was scheduled for a second MRI. It's believed that test today revealed a torn ACL.
Wallace was a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award last season, and was on pace for his second straight 1,000-yard season with 903 yards through the first eight games. Since the beginning of last season his 2,394 receiving yards leads the nation.
He would be eligible for next spring' NFL draft but it's uncertain now as to whether he will make that move or rehab at OSU and spend another season in college.
One big concern has to be the injury history of his twin brother Tracin who had to deal with three torn ACLs in the last four years. Those injuries ended his playing career before it ever really got started.