Re: Kevin Walter can go sit on the bench..
As a draft guy, I must note that I don't "believe" in all the combine or pro day numbers (especially the pro days).
The tracks are not always the same.
The wind factor, the gears, etc.
The main idea is that you have to look at how fast the guy run a certain route on the actual playing field.
Walter is neither fast nor slow.
But he's fast enough to burn a DB (who may have some cushion on him) due to his good route running.
That two-man route example I had in screen shots was a good example.
I don't know if it's still there at photobucket; I haven't post anything there for a long time.