Washington: One of nine returning defensive starters for UW, including all four secondary starters ... one of UW's most experienced defenders, with 44 career appearances ... earned preseason second-team All-Pac-10 honors from The Sporting News ... one of the top returning tacklers in the Pac-10 Conference. 2006: Is currently 5th in the Pac-10, 44th in the nation with 8.55 tackles per game ... 2 TFL vs. Stanford ... 11 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 INT at Oregon ... tied career high with 17 tackles vs. Fresno State (also had 2 TFL) ... 7 tackles at USC, 9 at OU, 6 vs. SJSU, 7 vs. UCLA, and 8 at Arizona ... had 8 tackles, 1 TFL vs. Oregon State ... Made 9 tackles vs. ASU 2005: Played in 11 games, starting eight ... recorded 86 tackles, second-most on the team ... averaged 7.8 tackles per game, 11th most in the Pac-10 ... collected 5.5 tackles for loss, four pass breakups, two forced fumbles and a sack ... earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention ... received the Chuck Niemi Big Hit Award at the team's postseason banquet ... recorded a UW season-best 17 tackles vs. Notre Dame ... had nine tackles at Arizona State ... collected six tackles, one tackle-for-loss, and one forced fumble at Oregon despite missing much of the game with foot injury ... notched three tackles and a forced fumble vs. Air Force. 2004: Played in all 11 games and started the final nine contests of the year ... was fourth on the team with 66 tackles ... had five tackles for loss, three pass breakups and one interception ... notched seven tackles in first-career start at Notre Dame ... credited with season-high 10 tackles at Washington State ... also had a fumble recovery vs. WSU ... notched first career INT at USC, adding a team-high eight tackles ... missed most of the Stanford game with an injury ... posted nine tackles, including three for loss, in start vs. SJSU ... also had nine tackles against Cal ... forced a fumble vs. Oregon State. 2003: Appeared in 11 games ... did not play against California ... made his only tackle against Nevada ... named the Most Improved Safety during spring drills.
High School and Personal: Full name is Cecil James Wallace, Jr. ... parents are Cecil and Carolyn ... had 1,600 rushing yards and 25 TDs on offense, and made 73 tackles at free safety ... missed two games with sprained ankle ... led Pacers to 9-2 record and a berth in the 2002 Division I playoffs ... an All-Metropolitian League honoree ... team was 9-2-1 in 2001 and won the Metro League championship ... named to the Sacramento Bee's all-city team ... plans to major in American ethnic studies.