For most of his time at UCLA, Aaron Wallace was a backup. But injuries in the Bruin linebacking corps thrust Wallace into a starting role for eight of UCLA's thirteen games in 2015 and Wallace made the most of that opportunity.
He finished his senior season ranked 5th in the Pac-12 Conference with 7 sacks. He also made 65 tackles with 12.5 tackles for a loss. He earned a honorable mention All-Pac-12 Conference selection as a result of his performance.
Aaron hopes to follow in his dad's footsteps, even though he was only five when his dad's NFL career ended.
UCLA Pro Day Results
|Tale of the Tape|
|UCLA Pro Day Physical Tests|
|40-Yard Dash||4.57 seconds|
|Bench Press||25 reps|
|Vertical Jump||36 inches|
|Broad Jump||130.0 inches|
|3 Cone Drill||7.35 seconds|
|Short Shuttle||4.27 seconds|
Aaron Wallace was not invited to attend the NFL Combine. As a result, all of his physical data is from UCLA Pro Day.
He has the speed and quickness to be a good pass rusher. He uses his size to hold off blockers and he does a good job maintaining the outside contain and doesn't get beat around the outside.
Aaron was only a one-year starter and has less experience than others as a result. He needs to continue developing his instincts because of his lack of experience as a starter.
Aaron Wallace is a project because of his inexperience as a starter. That may mean that Aaron could go undrafted. If he is selected it probably won't be until one of the late rounds.