Tennessee has added a commitment from JUCO defensive lineman Jamal Wallace. The 6-2, 302 pound tackle comes from Kansas City out of Sierra College.
He announced his decision on Sunday afternoon via X.
Wallace is unranked in the 2024 JUCO class, according to 247Sports. He held other offers from Houston, North Texas, South Florida and Utah State. Wallace was in Knoxville over the weekend for his official visit, where Tennessee was able to seal the deal just ahead of the early signing period, which begins on Wednesday.
Once arriving in Knoxville, Wallace will have three years to play out his two remaining seasons of eligibility. Playing in ten games this season for Sierra, Wallace put up 3.5 sacks and ten tackles for loss. He was credited with 39 total tackles.
Wallace is Tennessee’s 20th commitment of the 2024 class. He joins Kellen Lindstrom, Carson Gentle and Jeremias Heard in the current defensive line group.