Great intangibles and a big-time leader for the Baylor offensive line
A bit too high at times in pass protection
Lacks elite athleticism to be upper-echelon center in NFL
No experience in man-blocking scheme
Sometimes lunges and will get top heavy
Summary: Walton is a very good center prospect with the top intangibles you want as a line general at the position. Despite being only 300 pounds, he should hold his own against 3-4 nose tackles because he stays low, is strong, and is very tough. He doesn't have the upside of a Maurkice Pouncey, but he should be a starter early in his career and come off the board in the third round.
Player Comparison: Shaun O'Hara. O'Hara doesn't have amazing physical tools, but he is a tough line general for the Giants.
Tennessee Titan, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Ram need to draft CB Rayquan Sam from Georgia Southern in the 4th or 5th round, great press and cover corner with a 6"3 wingspan. This is a sleeper in the 2017 draft.