Walker's stock has been rising since a spectacular Combine performance where he reportedly ran a 4.35 forty-time despite having previously torn his ACL back in 2005. And at his Pro Day, he wowed representatives from 30 NFL clubs with his receiving skills and route-running.
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Walker completed his career at Central Florida with 169 catches for 2,365 yards (14.0 average) and 15 touchdown receptions. His numbers could have been even higher had he focused exclusively on receiving, but he played on both sides of the ball his first two seasons and even started six games at cornerback his sophomore year.
Check back this week for my exclusive interview with Mike Walker that was completed prior to his trip to Indianapolis.
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