Patrick Walker is a dynamic WR for Northern Colorado who many of you may have never heard of or seen. The Bills however very clearly know who Walker is considering they were at one of his games last year and worked him out after the Air Force Pro Day this year. Walker is a speed WR who more than makes up for his lack of stature with athletic ability.
Walker saw his receiving totals nearly double this past season as he eclipsed 1,100 yards and scored 10 TD’s. He did this all while being the top weapon on a team that went 0-11 and saw Walker face constant double teams and added attention.
Walker closed out his senior season with a fury going for over 100 yards in his final five games and going for over 300 yards v. North Dakota. Walker spoke to us about how he was able to close his season out so strongly and what happened v. North Dakota.
Walker reminds us a lot of former Buffalo Bill WR Roscoe Parrish. He’s smaller but he’s quick as greased lightning and he’s actually well put together. We were able to retain the official results from Walker’s Pro Day and here are the numbers;
Weight: 184 lbs.
Arm: 37 1/4″
Hand: 10 3/4″
40 Yard Dash: 4.38
3 Cone: 6.85
Short Shuttle: 4.07