Front Office

Charles Walls
College Scout

Biography

Charles Walls, who is entering his fifth season with the Packers and third as a college scout, has had his role expanded to area scout. Promoted in May 2015, Walls previously served as the team’s scouting assistant during the 2014 season after originally joining Green Bay in 2013 as a scouting intern. Walls previously served as the team’s National Football Scouting representative to the annual NFL Scouting Combine.

Prior to joining the Packers, Walls served as a defensive graduate assistant coach in 2012 at his alma mater, Old Dominion University, working primarily with the Monarchs’ defensive backs and defensive line. He also assisted with recruiting and broke down film for a Monarchs team that finished first in the Colonial Athletic Association with an 11-2 record. Prior to becoming a graduate assistant, Walls was the assistant running backs coach during the 2011 season and the assistant offensive line and tight ends coach during the 2010 season while serving as a student assistant. He was also chosen to participate in the 2010 NCAA Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla.

A member of the Monarchs roster for Old Dominion’s inaugural season in 2009, he moved to the sidelines after an injury cut short his playing career. Walls appeared in ODU’s first two games in 2009, making appearances as an offensive lineman.

 

Walls graduated cum laude from Old Dominion with a B.A. in sports management and received the Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Award in 2011 in recognition of his academic success. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public administration from Old Dominion.

Walls joined the Monarchs from nearby Tallwood High School in Virginia Beach, Va. where he was a second-team All-Beach District honoree in 2006 and 2007. At Tallwood, Walls recorded 23 pancake blocks in seven games as a senior and 32 during his junior year.

Walls gained additional professional experience during the summer of 2013 while serving as a constituent-service intern at the U.S. Congressional office of Randy Forbes. Walls helped manage the district office’s federal cases and acted as a liaison between district constituents and Congressman Forbes. He also co-chaired a community initiative targeting youth involvement in public service.

Walls currently resides in Grand Chute, Wis., with his wife, Viktoria.

Charles Walls, who is entering his fifth season with the Packers and third as a college scout, has had his role expanded to area scout. Promoted in May 2015, Walls previously served as the team’s scouting assistant during the 2014 season after originally joining Green Bay in 2013 as a scouting intern. Walls previously served as the team’s National Football Scouting representative to the annual NFL Scouting Combine.

Prior to joining the Packers, Walls served as a defensive graduate assistant coach in 2012 at his alma mater, Old Dominion University, working primarily with the Monarchs’ defensive backs and defensive line. He also assisted with recruiting and broke down film for a Monarchs team that finished first in the Colonial Athletic Association with an 11-2 record. Prior to becoming a graduate assistant, Walls was the assistant running backs coach during the 2011 season and the assistant offensive line and tight ends coach during the 2010 season while serving as a student assistant. He was also chosen to participate in the 2010 NCAA Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla.

A member of the Monarchs roster for Old Dominion’s inaugural season in 2009, he moved to the sidelines after an injury cut short his playing career. Walls appeared in ODU’s first two games in 2009, making appearances as an offensive lineman.

 

Walls graduated cum laude from Old Dominion with a B.A. in sports management and received the Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Award in 2011 in recognition of his academic success. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public administration from Old Dominion.

Walls joined the Monarchs from nearby Tallwood High School in Virginia Beach, Va. where he was a second-team All-Beach District honoree in 2006 and 2007. At Tallwood, Walls recorded 23 pancake blocks in seven games as a senior and 32 during his junior year.

Walls gained additional professional experience during the summer of 2013 while serving as a constituent-service intern at the U.S. Congressional office of Randy Forbes. Walls helped manage the district office’s federal cases and acted as a liaison between district constituents and Congressman Forbes. He also co-chaired a community initiative targeting youth involvement in public service.

Walls currently resides in Grand Chute, Wis., with his wife, Viktoria.