Cleveland Browns Offensive Tackle Target No. 2- Rasheed Walker, Penn State
Rasheed Walker stands 6-foot-6 and weighs in at 325 pounds from Penn State and comes with a ton of playing experience. One of the issues with James Hudson last season was he didn’t have a ton of experience and was still learning the position. Rasheed Walker has been the Nittany Lions’ starter for the past three seasons so he understands the position very well.
Walker moves well and gets in and out of his sets well while also understanding his assignments in both facets of the game. He has a good football IQ and looks as good in the run game as he does in the passing game, providing a really balanced player.
He is another good fit for the Browns zone blocking scheme as his athleticism at his size allows him to move well in space and climb to the second level pretty consistently. Walker is a player who consistently plays through the whistle, it is not often that he gives up on a play or stops looking to block someone.
Walker isn’t the most physical player but he uses his size and athleticism really well to get the job done. His understanding of the game allows him to know that he doesn’t always have to make a perfect block sometimes just getting in the way will get the job done. When he gets beat in pass sets he fights to make up for it and get back into the play.