Cason Wallace is one of those special talents that do not come around too often.  The 2022 G out of Richardson, TX is a making a strong case that he is not only the best guard in Texas, but he’s possibly the best guard in all of America.  The attention that has come his way over the past year has been impressive to say the least but what motivates him is to dominate his competition every time he steps out on the court.  He plays with a chip on his shoulder and has quietly improved in every aspect of his game.

Standing at 6’4, Wallace is most deadly with the ball in his hands.  His ball handling skills are so far advanced that it is hard to rattle him with pressure.  He can put it on the floor with either hand or blow by just about any defender that you place in front of him.  His height allows him to get in the paint and pull up over defenses and knock down the mid-range shot with ease.  He is very crafty around the basket and can finish at multiple spots around the basket.  His lightning quick first step is his go to move and can find teammates in the half court when defenses are forced to double.  He has spent a lot time improving his three-point shot and Wallace has solidified himself as a legit three level scorer with athleticism that brings to mind soft comparisons to Russell Westbrook in that department.

He is not only dominate on the offensive end of the floor but also on the defensive side.  He loves to take on the challenge each night of shutting down the best offensive player on the opposing team.  He is excellent in the passing lanes and anticipates well which lead to steals and easy transition baskets.  His athleticism also makes him a great shot blocker for his size.  He gets off the floor quick and is a good rebounder at his position.  The biggest separation for Wallace and other guards in his class is his intensity on defensive.  His energy is a great tool that his teammates feed off and makes the ultimate prospect for his class.  Colleges from all over have taken notice and he is becoming a top priority for schools to land. 

His play has landed him scholarship offers from the likes of Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Creighton, DePaul, Illinois, Kansas State, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, TCU, and UTSA.  This list is only going to continue to grow and he continues to improve on his game and grow his name nationally.