2006-07 [Junior Season]
In his first season with the Horned Frogs, Wall appeared in all 30 games where he led the team in assists (62) and steals (41)... ranked second on the team in three-point field goals made (30), three-point field goal attempts (105), free throws made (82), free throw attempts (105) and free throw percentage (.781)... ranked fourth on the team in points (214) and scoring average (7.1)... scored a career-high 27 points, including 19-of-22 from the charity stripe, against the University of Texas-Arlington (Nov. 18)... recorded the seventh-most free throws made in a game against the Mavericks with 19 in that contest... ranked 10th in steals and 12th in free throw percentage among all players in the Mountain West Conference... scored a game-high 19 points, including 4-of-5 shooting from behind the three-point line, in TCU's upset victory over nationally-ranked Air Force Academy (Feb. 24)... came back from an early ankle injury to connect on 4-of-4 free throws in the final seconds in the Horned Frogs' triumph over conference-foe Utah (Jan. 6)... scored eight points to go along with a career-high six assists and five rebounds in his return to New Mexico (Feb. 17)... recorded nine games of 10 or more points in his first season with the Horned Frogs, including four double-digit scoring performances in his first five games... collected 16 points to go along with six assists and two rebounds against San Diego State (Jan. 31)... notched 11 points to go along with two assists and one rebound against BYU (Mar. 8) in the Mountain West Conference Tournament... collected 14 points against Grambling State (Nov. 24) and 13 points against SMU (Dec. 21).
2005-06 [Red-Shirt Season]
Wall sat out the 2005-06 season after transferring to TCU from the University of New Mexico.
2004-05 [Sophomore Season / University of New Mexico]
In his second season with the University of New Mexico, Wall appeared in 25 games where he averaged 9.0 minutes per game en route to scoring 1.2 points per game... led the Lobos in scoring for the first time all season when he scored 12 points on 3-of-5 shooting, including 2-of-4 from behind the three-point line and 4-of-4 from the charity stripe, in 21 minutes of action at Colorado State... played in 10 or more minutes in seven of the last 12 games for the Lobos.
2003-04 [Freshman Season / University of New Mexico]
Wall appeared in 16 games during his rookie season with the Lobos while earning a spot in the starting lineup on one occasion... averaged 1.0 points and 1.0 rebounds per game in 8.1 minutes per evening... earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference accolades for the first time in his career... scored four points to go along with four assists and three rebounds in 15 minutes of action against Northwestern State... dished out three assists in 15 minutes of action against Texas Tech... recorded four points, four assists and three steals in 23 minutes of action in his collegiate debut against San Francisco State.
A product of Coppell High School, Wall was a four-year starter for the top-ranked high school team in the Class 5A in the State of Texas... posted 1,612 points, 777 assists, 476 rebounds and 380 steals in 138 career prep games... cited as a two-time all-state performer as well as a two-time BCI All-American... selected as the district Most Valuable Player in each of his final three seasons... competed in the 2003 Texas All-Star Game... averaged 14.0 points and 5.5 assists per game in his final campaign while notching 14.5 points, 6.7 assists and 3.0 steals per evening during his junior season.
From the Charity Stripe
Wall is the son of Jim and Mavon Wall... born on December 10, 1983... father, Jim, coached basketball for nearly 40 years and was an assistant coach at Texas Tech under Gerald Myers from 1983-89... father, coached his son's summer AAU team and is currently the head boys' coach at Fort Worth Western Hills High School... brother, Hunter, was a true freshman quarterback on the 2000 University of Oklahoma football team that won the national championship... has one brother - Hunter - and one sister... majoring in general studies.