Singed with the tulsa Talons (AFL) as a free agent and attended training camp. Personal Curtis was a Landscape Architecture major in college and ran for Student Government Association president as a junior. He won multiple academic awards including: NC A&T S.U. Department of Athletics Outstanding Achievement in Academics, N.C. A&T S.U. Outstanding Academic Achievement, Sophomore Class Merit of Excellence in the Study of Landscape Architecture, Conference Commissioner All-Academic Honouree and was invited to the NCAA Leadership Conference in 2007. He was also a two-year recipient of the N.C. A&T S.U. School of Agriculture Community Service Award (2005-2006). Curtis resides in Charlotte, N.C. where he works as a sports trainer at Velocity Sports Performance dealing with all levels of athletes. Curtis also heads his own marketing agency called NXL21 Charlotte Marketing Agency LLC, and recently launched a start-up called T.I.M.E. – Taking Initiative Moving Efficiently LLC. His latest service-oriented endeavour works to combine resources from communities, local organizations, associations and agencies, both for-profit and not-for-profit, in an effort to address social and economical needs. The company’s motto is; ‘The Process to Progress is EMPOWERMENT’. Curtis attended East Mecklenburg High School in Charlotte.
Attended Montreal's training camp and was released.
Did not play football Walls was focused on training and business aspirations.
2008 Played five seasons at North Carolina A&T (2003-07) and recorded 98 catches for 1,101 total receiving yards as a member of the Aggies. Participated in college All-Star game in Anaheim, CA in 2008. 2007 Led team in receiving with 42 catches for 477 yards and 1 touchdown he was named team captain, also named All-Conference and earned N.C. A&T S.U. Football Travis Kelly Leadership Award. Once earned Offensive Player of the Game. 2006 Named team captain, led the team in receiving with 37 catches for 409 yards and 2 touchdowns. 2005 Caught 18 passes for 211 yards. 2004 Caught 1 pass for 4 yards. 2003 Redshirt freshman.