Ryan Wall

Ryan Wall

Player Profile


Coppell, Texas

High School:
Coppell HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165




2004 Academic All-MWC

General Information/Career
Solid floor leader with who was a valuable contributor at the point guard position • Hometown/high school is pronounced kaw-PELL, which is north of Dallas • Definitely a pass-first, shoot-second player • Transferred following his sophomore season • Played in 41 career games at UNM, averaging 1.1 ppg and 0.8 rpg.

2004-05 • Sophomore Season
Averaged 1.2 ppg and 9.0 mpg in 25 games • Played 10+ minutes in seven of last 12 games • Scored 12 points on 3-5 shooting, 2-4 from 3-pt. range and 4-4 from the FT line in 21 minutes at Colorado State, leading UNM in scoring for the first time in his career and setting career-highs in points, FGs, FG attempts, 3-pt. FGs, and 3-pt. FG attempts.

2003-04 • Freshman Season
Academic All-MWC • Played in 16 games with one start • Averaged 1.0 ppg, 1.0 rpg and 8.1 mpg • Scored four points, plus three rebounds and tied a career-high with four assists in 15 minutes against Northwestern State • Had three assists in 15 minutes against Texas Tech • Came off the bench to score six points in 13 minutes against New Mexico Highlands • Started his first game in the season opener against San Francisco State...scored four points and dished out four assists in 23 minutes...Also had a team-high three steals.

High School
Point guard who played for the top-ranked prep team in Texas Class 5A • Career numbers were 1,612 points, 777 assists, 476 rebounds and 380 steals as Ryan was a four-year starter in 138 prep games • Three-time district MVP and two-time all-state • Played in the 2003 Texas state all-star game • Averaged 14.0 points and 5.5 assists as a senior • Shot 40% from 3-point and 80% from FT line • Averaged 14.5 points, 6.7 assists and 3 steals as a junior • A two time BCI All-American in the summer • Led the Cowboys to four straight district titles • Played for head coach Brad Chasteen • Since Wall began seventh grade, teams he played on lost just one game in district play.

Born Dec. 10, 1983 in Lubbock, Texas • Full name is Ryan Porter Wall • Son of Jim and Mavon Wall • Father has been coaching basketball for nearly 40 years • Jim coached Ryan's summer AAU team and is currently the head boy's coach at Western Hills HS in Fort Worth • Jim was also an assistant coach at Texas Tech under Gerald Myers from 1983-89 • Ryan's older brother, Hunter, was a true freshman quarterback on the 2000 Oklahoma football team that won the national championship and now plays at North Texas • Majoring in Management.