Walden is known for having a strong leg and although he could not remember his exact stats from his junior year he knew that he accounted for 54 points.
As a sophomore he was good on 3-of-4 field goals and 20-20 on extra points.
"I feel like I'm 100 percent in game situations from 35 (yards) and in and I kick them from as far as 55 yards," Walden said. "At the LSU camp my sophomore year I kicked a 57-yarder and I think by the time I finish this year I'll be able to kick them from 60."
College coaches usually take a wait-and-see approach when offering scholarships to kickers and many try to get them to walk-on with the chance of earning a scholarship later on.
Walden understand that philosophy and he is waiting patiently to see what happens down the road.
"It's basically a wait-and-see thing right now because from a kicker's standpoint they always wait," explained Walden. "I think Mississippi State may offer around mid-season and Oklahoma is real interested too. I'm also getting interest from Duke, Georgia, Arkansas, Texas A&M and Alabama."