2011 (Junior): Walls played tight end, quarterback and holder for the Aggies in 2011. At tight end, Walls caught 11 passes for 144 yards, averaging 13.1 yards per catch. Walls also played quarterback for the Aggies in the game against Nevada (Oct. 29), completing two passes for 34 yards. As the Aggies holder on PATs and field goals, Walls helped Tyler Stampler hit 34-of-38 PATs on the season and 7-of-12 field goals. Walls recorded two receptions against UTEP (Sept. 17) and Idaho (Oct. 15). His one reception for 24 yards against Utah State (Dec. 3) was a career-high.
2010 (Sophomore): Walls played in all 12 games for the Aggies in 2010 as the team's holder on field goals and PAT's. He helped kicker Tyler Stampler hit 16-of-19 field goals and 18-of-19 PAT's on the season, including a WAC best 84.2 percent on field goal attempts.
2009 (Redshirt Freshman): Walls played in 10 games for the Aggies at quarterback, starting four. He threw for 352 yards on 46-of-94 passing and two touchdowns. Walls also rushed for one touchdown on the season at Boise State (12/5). He started games against New Mexico (9/26), Utah State (10/10), Fresno State (11/24) and Louisiana Tech (10/17). His best game of the season came at San Diego State (10/3), where he passed for 103 yards and a touchdown. His first career touchdown was against UTEP (9/19). Versus Utah State, Walls threw for 81 yards on 8-of-25 passing.
2008 (Freshman): Walls redshirted during his first season with the Aggies.
High School: Walls was a standout quarterback for Waverly High School in Ohio. He was a three-year starter for Waverly recording 6,292 passing yards and 67 touchdowns, completing 62 percent of his passes as a starter. He also led his team to 25-5 record as a starter for the Tigers. As a senior, Walls led his team to a 9-1 overall record and a spot in the second round of the Ohio playoffs. He threw for 2,500 yards, earning first team all-Ohio and first team honors as Player of the Year in the Southeast District. He was also named first team and player of the year in the Southern Ohio Conference. Walls was also named a first team quarterback and Player of the Year by the Portsmouth Daily Times. As a junior, he threw for 2,300 yards leading his team to an undefeated record in the regular season. As a sophomore, he tallied 1,492 passing yards.
Personal: Walls is the son of Rick and Brenda Walls. He plans to major in electrical engineering.
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