Exciting big man who has wealth of potential ... will become a key component of Army's interior game in 2002-03 following heavy graduation losses a year ago ... garnered limited playing time as a plebe, but must show he's able to handle a more pivotal role ... continues to add bulk, which should make him a valuable force in the paint ... silky smooth shooter ... touch extends to three-point range ... uncanny knack for getting to the glass ... will become a more formidable rebounder as he adds size and strength ... has potential to be cornerstone of Army's frontcourt for years to come ... polished dribbler ... keen shot-blocking sense ... quick off his feet ... product of the USMA Prep School.
As a freshman: played in 19 games, scoring 1.3 ppg. and grabbing 1.9 rpg. ... shot .333 from the field and .625 from the line ... ranked fifth on the team in blocked shots, despite his limited playing time ... came off the bench in 16 of the team's opening 21 games, but played in just three of the final seven tilts ... made splendid collegiate debut, scoring nine points, snaring six rebounds and blocking three shots in 13 minutes against New York Maritime during season's third game ... played 17 minutes at Notre Dame, finishing with three caroms ... had four points and three rebounds versus Columbia ... ripped down career-high seven rebounds in road loss to arch-rival Navy ... finished with four caroms in home loss to Bucknell.
High School/USMAPS: earned three letters in basketball for head coach Art Cole at Tomball High in Tomball, Texas ... averaged 20.0 ppg., 10.0 rpg., 3.0 bpg. and 1.5 apg. in final campaign ... also lettered twice in baseball ... was tabbed first-team All-District 15-5A as a senior after capturing honorable mention hoops plaudits as a junior ... named to Pasadena Tournament's all-tourney team as a senior ... spent one year at the USMA Prep School ... averaged nearly 20.0 ppg. and 10.0 rpg. for USMAPS coach John Pike.
Personal: given name is Gregory James Wallace ... born July 27, 1981 ... parents' names are Timothy and Kathy Wallace ... had a grandfather serve in the Army while an uncle served in the Air Force ... major is undeclared.