"I went down [to Clemson] because they are one of my top three schools," explained Walko. "I had a good time down there. I really enjoyed myself."
The visit wasn't Walko's first to the campus, but was the first time he experienced a game in Death Valley.
"It was awesome," remarked Walko. "It was pretty loud in there. When they ran down the hill, that was pretty crazy."
Walko admitted he would love to run down the hill one day, but also confessed his recruitment is still a few months from being considered closed.
"I'm also considering Virginia Tech and West Virginia," stated Walko. "I still need to get to West Virginia and then I'll try to make my decision after my season."
Walko plans to unofficially visit West Virginia on November 13th when the Mountaineers host Boston College. The 6-foot-6, 270-pounder has already unofficially visited Virginia Tech when the Hokies played N.C. State.
With Walko grading out at 93%, Seneca Valley is sporting an impressive 7-1 record. However, this weekend they will do battle with Scout.com 4-star quarterback Ike Whitaker and Northwest High School.
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