Walker starting to get attention

2015 forward Cameron Walker may be young, but he is hearing from plenty of schools, including Arizona. Read on to see what he is looking for in a school, when he will decide, and more.

He may be young, but 6-foot-6, 190-pound Santa Maria (Calif.) Righetti forward Cameron Walker has already established himself at one of the better players in the 2015 class.

Walker has been playing with the Compton Magic 15 team and his recruiting attention seems to be increasing with each game played.

"The AAU season has been going well," Walker said. "I have learned a lot about what I need to improve on and what I need to work on. I want to be on the best 15 and under team in the nation and win all of our games."

Walker has high hopes when it comes to who he would like to see his game be modeled after.

"I try to model my game after Kevin Durant," Walker said. "Play long, try to score, lock up guys on defense and just have fun."

There is already one offer in the books for Walker and it certainly will not be his last, as the Pac-12 has been showing interest as well."

"Irvine offered a week ago and Arizona has shown interest along with Stanford, UCLA, USC, and Washington State," Walker said.

Walker admits he does not know a ton about the Wildcats, but has a good idea of what head coach Sean Miller is trying to build.

"I know Arizona is hot, but they have the number one recruiting class coming in with Gabe York and Grant Jerrett and guys like that," Walker said.

Academics will be the largest factor in Walker's recruitment, which will not end any time soon.

"I will be looking hard at academics in case basketball does not work out," Walker said. "I need something to fall back on or something I can do once basketball is all over.

"I want to take my time with a decision, but I would like to get it over with and sign when I am comfortable, which will probably be in my senior season."

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