Power Clean: 265
What makes you stand out as a future collegiate athlete?
I’m a team leader who stands out and does whatever it takes to help my team win. I have a passion for the game of football, and I can play any position on the field. I am a winner on and off the field with grades and the community. As a sophomore I was an All-Region Safety, but I suffered an injury and missed my junior year. Senior year I came back and had a strong outing; I tied for second on the team in tackles with 80 and received an All-Region mention.
Walter has put in all of the work in order to a college football player. He has solid grades, and an early test score that qualifies. Watching his junior film he showed the headsup style of play that we have learned to be a prevailing mindset among Starr’s Mill players. He has a good football IQ, makes good breaks on the pass. He shows above average speed, capable of sticking with the receiver in man coverage. Tackling is where he stands out the most. Walter does an great job of dropping his hips before an attempt and hitting the ball carrier square in the numbers. Agility, hip flexibility and strength appear to be the biggest areas of improvement. Walter has a free safety game to him, but his smaller frame will most likely intrigue D2 schools at this point. His ability to gauge the deep pass and make a PBU, while also showing the awareness of when to step up and defend the run separates the 2019 recruit from other’s in his class.