Walker has already given Louisville a verbal commitment. He led his team to a victory Saturday morning in Chattanooga, Tennessee, scoring 17 points despite being double-teamed, before driving to Louisville for the game with his mother and father, and younger brother Marcus.
"The game was great and the crowd was really into it," said Walker. "We had a great time even though they lost the game."
Jones has drawn favorable comparisons to former Illinois star and current Los Angeles Clipper Shuan Livingston. He made the trip to Louisville with his father, Verdell Jones, Sr., who coached Livingston in AAU with the Fort Sooy No Limit program.
"My grandfather lives here in Louisville so my dad and I came down for the game," Jones said. "The atmosphere and the crowd were great. I'd love to play at a place like Louisville."