Dylan Walck did it all for the Wildcats by playing several different positions throughout his career. On offense, he ended up ranked 1st in school history in receptions (87), receiving yards (1,222) and touchdown receptions (tied with 11). He also played quarterback where he completed 62% of his passes for 358 yards and rushed for 571 yards and seven touchdowns. On defense, Walck had 213 tackles for his career and holds the school record with 10 career interceptions.
Walck was named to the NPF 2018 All-District Team as an Athlete and first-team Lackawanna Football Conference Division II Athlete and Defensive Back. He was an Honorable Mention as an Athlete on EasternPaFootball.com. In 2017, Walck was a first-team Lackawanna Football Conference wide receiver and defensive back. He continued his academic and football career at Division 3 Wilkes University where he started four games his freshman season at defensive back.
Western Wayne coach Randy Wolff on Walck: “When I first got hired at WW, I knew Dylan was going to be a player we would be relying on to push the program to the next level. His competitiveness and work ethic was something that set the tone everyday in practice. His ability to play multiple positions, be a playmaker, and his physical style is what sets him apart from others. It was a great pleasure to have coached Dylan.”