2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about MARK WALTON: Miami, 5095 202 4.61. Junior entry and one-year starter from Miami, FL. Over his three year career, only in 2016 did we really see him get a full dose of action and carries as a feature back. He was mainly a kick returner and pass catching back as a freshman in 2015, but took over the team’s top spot on the depth chart in 2016 and produced a third-team All-ACC performance. Last season started off on the right foot, but an ankle injury suffered in early October sidelined him for the rest of the year. Despite just 63 touches, Walton decided he had enough of the college game. He is a scat back type who is incredibly dangerous in the open field. Water-bug quickness, elite-level balance, and body control. His hands are wide receiver-caliber and with linebackers usually assigned to covering him out of the backfield, he can be a primary target at the next level. Is elusive and slippery, can shake his way out of traffic, and has the runaway speed in the open field. His lack of size and strength will limit him at the next level to specific roles, especially early on. However the pass-catching running back is proving to be more and more effective in the NFL every year. As long as his ankle medicals check out positive, this will be a playmaking threat most teams in the league could use. 2017 stats: 428 yds, 7.6 ypc, 3 TD, 7 rec, 91 yds, 13 ypr. OSR:16/29. Fifth/ sixth round. (A-30, H-9 1/4, BP-18, SS-DNP).