Why landing Issiah Walker is a big problem for Miami


Miami picked up a talented offensive line transfer on Saturday with the addition of Issiah Walker the Saturday.

Walker is a former Top247 offensive tackle who signed with Florida’s last recruiting round, picking the Gators over hurricanes and the like.

He joined UF in January, but after a few months on campus, he decided to explore his options.

Walker was the country’s No. 15 offensive attacker from Miami Norland according to the industry generated 247Sports Composite.

He visited Coral Gables several times during the recruiting process and often had nothing positive to say about the Hurricanes, but named the Gators its absolute leader after Florida beat Miami during the week zero.

“Has adequate height and length with solid construction,” 247Sports national analyst Charles Powers wrote in a Walker assessment last spring. “Is an above average athlete along the offensive line. Light foot with the ability to redirect in pass protection because of its bodily speed. Projects as a multi-year starter at Power 5 level with the benefit of becoming an NFL draft pick. ”

Walker projects himself as a future left starting striker for the Hurricanes on the road.

So what does it mean to add Walker to the lineup for the Miami Hurricanes?

Watch the video above while Andrew Ivins and David Lake share their thoughts on the Walker Walker landing.


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