2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about WALKER LITTLE: Stanford, 6073 313 5.30. Three-year starter, Houston, TX. Started just one game in the final year because of a season ending knee injury. Honorable Mention All- Pac 12 in 2017, first-team in 2019. Little is the grandson and nephew of two former NFL players. He began his career at Stanford winning the Pac 12’s Co-Offensive Freshman of the Year Award. After an impressive sophomore year, he injured that knee in August 2019 and hasn’t been on the game field since. He opted out of the 2020 season. He is one of the biggest mysteries in this class. His body and initial techniques look like a prototype. His natural athleticism and heavy hands further enhance the notion he can be an immediate starter. The floor is there for him to be a quality starting tackle, but the questions are way too many to consider him anything close to a sure thing. Has the ideal build for the position. Tall and long with athletic, natural footwork. Carries his weight well, comfortably shifting his weight around when it is planned. Can snap out of his stance with consistent torso-to-hip angles. Easy knee bender. Will work hard to keep his hands inside. Has an accurate and strong initial punch. When everything is lined up, he can lock a defender up and take over. Has natural grit and hustle. Fights hard through the whistle, will recover well. Upper body prowess goes a long way with his body type and natural athleticism. Played in just one game since the conclusion of the 2018 season. Week one of his rookie season will mark just over three years since his last live-game action. Struggled to stay upright and stable in space. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33 3/4, H-10 1/8, BP-24, 10-1.82).