"We've always had a lot of respect for Seneca Wallace as a quarterback and consider him a starter," coach John Harbaugh said Tuesday. "We've felt like they had two starting quarterbacks there. … He's a playmaker, he's dangerous out of the pocket, throwing and running. [He is] very accurate, very strong arm, reads them out exceptionally well. He's a guy we've seen before. He had a really good game against us here two years ago, last year. So he'll be a big challenge for us."