—Tested well across the board at the combine and is a solid, fluid athlete.
—Is an active, willing hitter.
—Plays bigger than his measurements (6'1", 206 lbs).
—Great length (33 ½" wingspan) and uses that as a tackler and ball hawk.
—Ball skills popped off tape and in drills.
—Looked lost and too high in deep coverage.
—Might be a zone safety only. He struggles in man-to-man.
—Instincts were average at Louisiana-Lafayette, a small-conference school.
—Struggles to drop his hips and sink when changing direction.
—One-speed kind of guy who can be beaten in that area.
Tracy Walker, who also goes by Trey, is a polished safety prospect who fits the bill as a run defender and an intimidating hitter in coverage. He has upside and could become a standout special teams player with his length and aggressive mentality.
GRADE: 5.40 (Round 7)
PRO COMPARISON: Morgan Burnett, Pittsburgh Steelers