Seneca Wallace Player Profile
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Seneca Wallace is a former NFL quarterback who played the majority of his 10-year career with the Seattle Seahawks. He played collegiately at Iowa State where he was named the Big 12 offensive newcomer of the year in 2001 and a second-team All-Big 12 performer in 2002. He was taken in the fourth round of the NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. Although he was drafted as a QB, the Seahawks used him as a wide receiver and running back due to his athletic skill set. In his NFL career, he collected 4,947 passing yards, 293 rushing yards and 32 total touchdowns. After his retirement in 2013, Seneca has continued to coach at the NFL, high school, and youth level. Seneca was a featured instructor for our 2022 camp. Follow us on all social medias for updates on our 2023 Seahawk players!
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