"(My Missouri visit) was good," said Walters. "I enjoyed it. It was everything that I had hoped it would be. I loved it!"
Walters said that he toured the campus and the facilities, and he spent time on his visit with some of the current Missouri players, including Russell Hansbrough, Marcus Murphy, Miles Drummond, and several offensive linemen.
Walters said that he is done with visits, and that he's going to sign with Missouri.
"Missouri's the place for me," said Walters.
As a senior, Walters rushed for 1603 yards and 13 TDs on 201 carries, capping off a career in which he rushed for 2722 yards and 29 TDs, and averaged 8.5 yards/carry while playing in Florida's largest school classification. He also had 43 career receptions for 567 yards and 54 TDs, and 4 kick-off returns for 176 yards.
Walters said his Missouri visit was a "10 out of 10". And, he's looking forward to watching his future team in the Cotton Bowl.