Walker back open
It is very easy to make the argument that nobody in the state of Indiana had a better high school season than C.J. Walker. Walker led Indianapolis Arsenal Tech to a tremendous season despite heavy personnel losses from last season. Walker played through the season as a committed prospect, but on Sunday he decided to de-commit from Purdue. "I just decided that I committed too early and didn't really go through the recruiting process," said Walker. He continued, "I want to be able to make my visits and see who all is interested in me. I just want to make sure I am comfortable with my decision and find the right school for me." Before committing to Purdue, Butler was a school that was right in it, and also Cincinnati had offered him. Look for many of the top schools in the Midwest to get back involved with Walker in hopes of landing one of the better floor generals in the area in the 2016 class.
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