Official Visit Report: Cameron Walker

Loyola HS CB Cameron Walker (Los Angeles, CA) is one of the top CB prospects on the Boise State recruiting board & took an official visit to The Blue just a little over a week ago as he watched the Broncos defeat Fresno State. So, how was it? Where does Boise State stand now? He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about that & more.

Loyola HS CB Cameron Walker (Los Angeles, CA) is one of the top CB prospects on the Boise State recruiting board and took an official visit to The Blue just a little over a week ago as he watched the Broncos defeat Fresno State. So, how was it? Where does Boise State stand now?

"It was great," he said. "I got there on Friday afternoon, had lunch, took a tour of the campus, met a lot of the coaches and players, and got to hangout with Chaz (Anderson). On Saturday, got to go down on the field with the team, watched the game, and went to Coach Petersen's house for dinner."

"I was pleasantly surprised with Boise as a city," he stated. "I'm an LA kid, but I thought the city was real nice. I thought it was big enough that you wouldn't be bored, but small enough that you would feel safe."

"What I like about Coach Petersen is how he cares about you as more than an athlete," said Walker. "He's a great person, one of the most sincere head coaches I've met, and he walked me through the expectations of being a Bronco. We talked a lot about life, a little about football, and things like that."

And the game day atmosphere? Walker says he was impressed.

"The atmosphere was crazy," he said. "For a stadium that seats a little over 30,000...it was really loud. I've been in 60,000 seat stadiums that didn't sound as loud as that. I remember trying to talk to one of the other recruits and it was so loud he couldn't hear me."

He went on to say that Boise State is currently tied with Cal at the top of his list.

"I'd say they're tied with Cal," he said. "I've visited both schools, but I haven't seen Wisconsin yet. Those are my top three and I'll likely decide after I get back from that visit to Wisconsin."

"The main thing I'm looking at is the people I'm surrounding myself with," he said. "The players on the team, the people on campus, and things like that," he added.

Walker and his teammates are currently 6-2. On paper, that's a great record, but he says there's still plenty of work to be done.

"We still need to play better," he said. "We got to get back to fundamentals, simple execution, creating turnovers, and the little things."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Cameron Walker.




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