MLB Colton Walls Profile
Though the Charlotte Latin (N.C.) senior linebacker gave his word to Dabo Swinney in July, Walls continues to hear from several schools like North Carolina and Vanderbilt—both have been in touch recently for film.
Walls recently told CUTigers that he's not budging from his commitment to the 2011 Clemson class.
"I don't even know what to do with those. I'm already committed," he said. "What else do I need to say?"
"Vanderbilt, they said if anything changes, I can just call them up."
Walls chose Clemson over Memphis and Duke—the three offers to his name when he committed. He's recently added another.
"Ole Miss offered me around camp or two-a-days. They offered me after I had already committed," Walls said.
Pearman and Walls keep in pretty regular contact. They speak about once a week.
"We just catch up, talk about the games," Walls said.
He'd "love" to play linebacker, but wouldn't mind changing positions, possibly one where he'd get some coaching from Pearman.
"I play fullback for my high school…I go out there and block. They're going to start running me the ball when we play our rivals," Walls said.
Walls missed three games earlier this season because of an ankle injury, but he has 61 tackles for Charlotte Latin, which sports a 7-1 record.
Pearman watches Walls
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