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2011 Intro: Deion Walker

2011 Intro: Deion Walker

MATTHEWS, N.C. --- Deion Walker might be the lightning in Butler's high powered offense, but don't assume he's one-dimensional. The 5-foot-10, 190-pounder is an all-around ‘back that is just as capable of running inside as he is outside.

"He's a guy that's big and powerful – because he's 190 pounds – and strong as an ox," Newsome said. "I like to compare him to a Knowshon Moreno-type guy that can run extremely well, but is also powerful enough to run the ball up the middle, too. He's very, very special with his hands around the football." In Butler's base formation, the one-back spread, Walker lines up at slot receiver, which is... Recommended Stories

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