Penn State offensive tackle Rasheed Walker has visits lined up with the Washington Commanders, Jacksonville Jaguars, Carolina Panthers, Minnesota Vikings, and Seattle Seahawks, according to league sources.
A former All-Big Ten honorable mention, Walker is coming off a meniscus injury and should soon be fully cleared to resume all football drills.
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For the Nittany Lions, Walker protected Sean Clifford’s blind side. He started every game as a freshman and as a sophomore.
Walker has outstanding size at 6-foot-6, 320 pounds, with long arms and a strong base of power. He’s athletic and has polished pass-blocking skills. He flashes a nasty streak and a proven ability to finish blocks.
Walker started 10 games last season and earned honorable mention All-Big Ten status for the second year in a row. He started 32 career games for Penn State coach James Franklin.
Walker, a native of Waldorf, Maryland, chose Penn State over competing scholarship offers from Ohio State, Florida, Georgia, and LSU.
The North Point graduate earned a spot on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and participated in Nike’s “The Opening” finals. He was an all-state selection and all-conference as an offensive lineman and defensive lineman. Walker had 11 sacks as a senior and earned the title of the team’s Most Valuable Player.