Mike Wallace broke out of college with a 4.33-forty, and was drafted in the third round by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Wallace was a major vertical threat, and anytime you have been drafted into one of the league’s best offenses over the last decade, the numbers will usually come. Wallace has floated around the league, playing for Miami, Minnesota, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. We have often seen these style of wide receivers be hindered by injuries, but Wallace has started over 120 games. Wallace is on the older side these days, and his time in the NFL might be coming to the end soon.