Sources: Penn State left tackle Rasheed Walker visiting Seahawks, Jaguars, Panthers, Commanders, and more

Penn State offensive tackle prospect Rasheed Walker has pre-draft visits lined up with the Seahawks, Jaguars, Panthers, and Commanders.

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.

Rasheed Walker attracting pre-draft interest

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.

Aaron Wilson is the NFL Insider for Pro Football Network. Follow him on Twitter: @AaronWilson_NFL.