Walters, the nation's number six rated offensive tackle, will push for the starting position at left tackle on the white squad.
Washington is still considering several options and is not expected to decide his college destination until after taking some official visits following this weekend's All-Star game.
Pete White also expects to make his decision later in the process. White is considered one of the top offensive guards in attendance rating as the fourth best guard in the country.
USC commitment Kevin Graf will look to anchor the black squad in the trenches. Rated as the nation's number five offensive tackle, Grahf will look to shield the backside of future Trojan teammate Kevin Barkley.
Utah products Xavier Su'a-Filo and John Martinez will be two of the most highly scrutinized offense lineman at the event. The pair are still debating their college futures with LSU, UCLA and USC listed among their favorites.
The Bayou Bengals will be counting on Stavion Lowe, a summertime commitment, to help state their case to some of the uncommitted players in attendance.
Mark Brazinski will make his college announcement this weekend as part of the All-Star experience. The nation's top center prospect plans to decide Boston College, California, Florida State, North Carolina and Pennsylvania.
J.K. Jay and Taylor Lewan recently made commitments to Clemson and Michigan respectively, so their focus is totally on the game this week and their futures. Both will look to push for first team positions at tackle.