Terrell Wallace could have easily enjoyed his senior season of Collegiate basketball this season and put up big time numbers, I mean he started in college as a freshman. Instead, the Westview High School grad, and former Mcdonald’s All American game invitee, has let his style, clothing brand, and positive twitter trends set Portland, Oregon on fire.
Wallace, known for his quick first step, and vicious cross-over, made 2nd team all metro twice in High School. NBA or overseas dreams still fresh in his head, he honed his skills at Lewis and Clark St. for two seasons, starting both as PG. Love of the game faltering, and envisions of a better life closer to home, inspired Wallace, to transfer to Portland St. to finish up his degree, once he got on campus though, he started a movement.
A leader on the court, Wallace used all his resources, friends, family, and fellow basketball proponents to start “Rebel Mindz.” The clothing company which is marketed toward the lifestyle of somebody aged 16-35, grew like wildfire. The Tee’s were hot, the crewnecks were fire, the RXM socks were stupid fresh, and all of the northwest started to take notice.
Handsome black men in Portland are few and far between, therefore Wallace has also done numerous photo shoots, modeling, and other print ads for Nike, Adidas, and Jordan. Women from across the country have drooled over his appearance, but Wallace won’t let any distractions get in the way from attaining his long term goals. Last week Twitter fans were starstruck with just his appearance in the flesh at a local event.
Rebel Mindz growing by the second on twitter, cop a tee, or two, they are only twenty bucks. Support the movement, because I know one thing is for sure Wallace isn’t going to let anybody stop him.