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Bo Wallace | Quarterback

Team: Mississippi Rebels
Age / DOB:  (23) / 6/23/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 217

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Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace wasn't invited to the 2015 NFL combine.
Wallace has a very slim chance of getting drafted. This news, obviously, won't help. Dr. Bo has a sturdy frame and a big arm. Bad Bo, his alter ego, panics in the face of pressure, is easily rattled, allows mistakes to multiply, and doesn't understand the limits of his ability. We're sad we won't get to watch him anymore. Feb 7 - 3:14 PM
Source: CBS Sports

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Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace reminds Bleacher Report's Matt Miller of Tom Savage.

"Especially in that he could see a rise up draft boards based on his size and arm strength, but also in that his hype is greater than his traits or production from those traits," Miller wrote. The analyst believes Wallace could be drafted. For the record, we absolutely don't think he's worthy of a pick. "If accuracy is the most important trait for a quarterback prospect, then Wallace will struggle to find a home in the NFL," Miller wrote. "Wallace's draft position can't be predicted right now, but his talent grade is as a late-rounder."
Jan 11 - 10:36 PM

Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace completed 10-of-23 passes for 109 yards and three interceptions in Wednesday's 42-3 loss to TCU.

In his final collegiate game, Bad Bo kidnapped Dr. Bo for the last time and gave the performance of his lifetime. Bad Bo provided viewers with a potluck of everything they had come to love about him over the past few years: There was the 1.2 QBR rating (not a typo), a pick-6 thrown from his own end zone that didn't cross the goal line and didn't require a return (not a typo), the botched snap leading to no points when Ole Miss finally cracked TCU's 10-yard line in the third quarter (not a typo), and Hugh Freeze's refusal to yank Wallace at halftime even though the signal-caller was visibly as rattled as you'll ever see a collegiate player (you know that's not a typo). It was a fun three-year ride on Wallace's Jekyll-and-Hyde Express, though Rebel fans are no doubt thrilled the train has pulled into the station at long last.
Wed, Dec 31, 2014 07:45:00 PM

Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace completed 16-of-31 passes for 235 yards and two interceptions.

Wallace was a big part of the end of Ole Miss' playoff hopes. He missed two series with an ankle injury and wasn't particularly effective when he was part of the play. His worst play of the game came on a lofted pass to the end zone that was picked off for a 100-yard interception return TD. A scout recently said that Wallace had a tendency of "burning down cities" by constantly trying to force plays that aren't there. This game won't do much to reassure the evaluating community.
Sat, Nov 22, 2014 09:00:00 PM

An NFC director of scouting told NFL.com that Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace was "burning [cities] down," rather than saving them.

The scouting director's exact quote was that Bo Wallace "is one of those types of quarterbacks who is always trying to save the city but he's actually burning it down." Evocative imagery that we think is pretty on the nose. Wallace is at his best when he plays within his own ability, something that he doesn't do all the time. NFL.com's drat analyst team of Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks, Charles Davis and Lance Zierlein noted that "many evaluators view Wallace as falling in the "arrogant" category," rather than merely having a competitive confidence.
Source: NFL.com
Wed, Nov 19, 2014 06:27:00 PM

Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace completed 11 of 15 attempts for 140 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in the school's 48-0 win over Presbyterian.

These numbers were in part time work against an inferior opponent, and Wallace added a rushing touchdown. Ole Miss has faced a number of injuries in recent weeks on the offensive side of the ball, namely Laquon Treadwell's season ending one and left tackle Laremy Tunsil missing some time. Wallace has played well, but when one part of the offense fades, he seems to fade along with it.
Sat, Nov 8, 2014 03:00:00 PM

NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks wrote that "the bottom fell out" for Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace on Saturday against LSU.

"Wallace completed only 42.4 percent of his throws and made a number of questionable decisions that cost the Rebels an opportunity to sneak out of Death Valley with a rare win," Brooks wrote. "Given how harshly scouts critique quarterback play in big games and clutch situations, Wallace's failures against the Tigers will certainly impact his draft stock going forward." CBS Sports' Dane Brugler received a text from an NFL scout during the game: "There's the Bo Wallace we all know and love." Ouch. If Wallace can't star with an awesome cast of offensive talent around him, he has no chance of getting drafted.
Source: NFL.com
Tue, Oct 28, 2014 09:58:00 PM

Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace "was plagued by poor decisions and inaccuracy in the Rebel's 10-7 loss to LSU on Saturday.

"Wallace made a poor decision to end the game, but Wallace created a lot of goodwill among NFL decision-makers through the first half of his senior season, including his outstanding effort in the win over Alabama. However, he was plagued by poor decisions and inaccuracy Saturday," Brugler wrote. The Ole Miss prospect only completed 14 of 33 attempts for 176 yards, with one touchdown and one interception against LSU. Brugler notes, that he received a text from an NFL scout on Wallace's performance: "There's the Bo Wallace we all know and love."
Source: CBS Sports
Tue, Oct 28, 2014 03:28:00 PM

Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace completed 14 of 33 attempts for 176 yards, one touchdown and one interception in the school's 10-7 loss to LSU.

After putting his best foot forward for much of the season, this was not a "Good Bo" performance. Wallace is in a perfect situation to succeed this season thanks to an awesome offensive line and outstanding receivers who can win in contested situations. Obviously Bo takes advantage of his supporting cast, but LSU's defensive line started attacking the box and made Wallace believe he had to frequently check the ball down.
Sun, Oct 26, 2014 09:39:00 AM

Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace completed 13-of-28 attempts for 199 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 34-3 win against Tennessee.

The 6-foot-4, 217-pound Wallace hasn't thrown an interception in the month of October. He's improved his pro projection greatly this season while leading Ole Miss to a 7-0 start. Wallace's stats are up across the board: His completion percentage has improved each of the past two years, his YPA is up from 7.66 to 9.09, and he's posted a 17/6 TD/INT ratio after logging an 18/10 TD/INT ratio last year.
Sun, Oct 19, 2014 04:51:00 PM

Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace completed 13 of 19 attempts for 178 yards and a touchdown in the school's 35-20 win over Texas A&M.

Wallace added 50 rushing yards and two touchdowns. For the past two weeks on national television, Wallace has played at an extremely high level, with Ole Miss beating Alabama and Texas A&M in that span. However, it remains to be seen if this level of play can be sustained. Bad Bo showed up against Memphis and even Boise State, so timing compared to competition is critical. Ole Miss faces Tennessee next.
Sun, Oct 12, 2014 09:10:00 AM

Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace "delivered a magnificent performance" Saturday against Alabama, according to NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks.

Wallace was particularly impressive in the fourth quarter, when he went 6-of-9 and threw for 105 yards and two touchdowns with the game on the line. Overall, he was 18-of-31 for 251 yards and three touchdowns in the upset win. "Most important, he repeatedly made big plays for the Rebels with the game on the line, including a timely throw to Jaylen Walton on a rail route that put Ole Miss ahead to stay," Brooks wrote. "With Wallace performing at his best in the Rebels' biggest game in years, it is time to recognize the 6-foot-4, 217-pound playmaker for his efforts."
Source: NFL.com
Tue, Oct 7, 2014 05:25:00 PM

Against Alabama, Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace "stepped up when the lights were brightest, which will be a bullet point in bold on his NFL resume," according to CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.

"When it comes to his NFL projection, Wallace has NFL tools with pro size and arm strength, but scouts wanted to see improved decision-making as a senior, something that was certainly on display against the Crimson Tide. In what is being called the biggest win in Ole Miss history, Wallace stepped up when the lights were brightest, which will be a bullet point in bold on his NFL resume," Brugler wrote. The 6-foot-4, 217-pound Wallace played decent through 3 quarters of play versus Alabama, with one touchdown and no interceptions, but during the 4th quarter Wallace shined: passing for 105 yards while completing 6 of 9 passes and two touchdowns.
Source: CBS Sports
Tue, Oct 7, 2014 02:25:00 PM

Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace "was considered draftable entering 2014 and has cut down on the head-scratching throws so far," according to CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.

"Wallace was considered draftable entering 2014 and has cut down on the head-scratching throws so far. He needs to keep that going Saturday," Brugler tweeted. The 6-foot-4, 217-pound Wallace entered this season ranked second in Ole Miss history in total offense with 7,085 yards and second in passing with 6,340 yards. This year, Wallace has completed 93-of-131 attempts for 1271 yards, 11 touchdowns and 6 interceptions. Brugler notes that "Wallace has tools, but has made "too many poor decisions."
Wed, Oct 1, 2014 02:44:00 PM

Ole Miss senior QB Bo Wallace completed 23-of-28 attempts for 316 yards, four touchdowns and an interception in Saturday's 56-15 win against Louisiana Lafayette.

Wallace had a rough opener in which he threw three interceptions against Boise State (TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline said he was "mortified by the performance), but since then he's been great. All three of those picks came in the first half, so Wallace has now put together five consecutive strong halves. To get drafted, he'll have to keep that up.
Sat, Sep 13, 2014 11:46:00 PM