Walters shared his thoughts on both the Texas Tech and Oklahoma State visits. He is very familiar with the Red Raiders program in Lubbock and has great relationships with their coaches. With Oklahoma State, it was the facilities that really jumped out at Walters.
"The Tech junior day went good," Walters said. "I'm very familiar with their coaching staff. My house isn't too far away from campus, so it's a close atmosphere. I was already very familiar with the facilities, so they really didn't have to show me around. I just sat around and talked to some of the o-line guys. They answered some of the questions that every kid wants to know."
"I'm staying with a friend of mine, and we kind of just wanted to check things out and I'm glad we did," Walters said about Oklahoma State. "Their facilities are second to none. There isn't much in Stillwater, but their facilities are very nice. I spent most of the visit with the o-line coach, coach (Joe) Wickline. Most of the other coaches were out of the pocket because of spring break, so I spent most of the day with him. He talked to me about the program and showed my friends and I a good time. I enjoyed myself."
Walters originally planned on taking his time with his decision but has changed his tune a bit since then. With 14 offers under his belt, he still doesn't have a top five.
"I might make a decision a little bit earlier than I originally thought," Walters said. "I'm kind of getting fed up with the process and I don't think it will take that long to find where I fit in."
Walters also hesitated to name an overall favorite but did mention one school that stands out.
"In my mind, Texas is really sticking out right now," Walters said. "I liked their coaching staff. They seemed like genuine coaches. I also like how close their o-line group is. Those guys seem to have a lot in common."