Walker combines high level athleticism with a ton of skill. Add in a big time frame and impressive strength, and Walker can be one of the toughest players in the country to stop one-on-one. On Saturday Walker had it all working. As usual he was getting into the lane and scoring through contact, but his jump shot was also working. Walker was shooting it off the dribble, off the catch, and overall just was totally unguardable. Michigan and Cincinnati were the only schools there watching. Still Walker has a ton of other interest, and doesn’t appear to be in any kind of hurry to make a college decision.
AAU Super Showcase: M.J. Walker
Unfortunately for M.J. Walker his team didn’t come out on top in a morning game against Pocket City, but in that contest Walker was absolutely tremendous. The two sport star from Georgia was on his game in a big way.
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