LSU has earned a reputation for developing receivers and sending them to the next level and that has some of the country's top wide outs taking a good hard look at the Tigers.
One wide out that is high on LSU's
board and that is giving the Tigers a strong look is Christchurch (Va.) product
Walker, a 6-3, 185-pounder with 4.45
speed, was sensational on both sides of the ball as a
The Scout.com 4-star receiver
finished with 47 receptions for 732 yards and eight touchdowns, along with 31
tackles and eight interceptions on defense.
LSU receivers coach D.J. McCarthy
is recruiting Walker and the two have gotten pretty close
throughout the recruiting process.
"I actually talked to coach Mac
for about an hour on Friday," Walker told Tiger Rag. "I talk to a lot of
coaches recruiting me and coach Mac is one that I probably talk to the
Not only is Walker developing a strong
bond with McCarthy but so is someone else.
"He and my dad talk all the time
and I think my dad is going to go down and work one of their camps in July,"
said Walker. "I
want to go too but I'm not sure if we're going to be able to get a plane ticket
for me too."
Walker may not camp at LSU in July but
he will make a pass through Baton
Rouge for an unofficial visit to LSU and several other
"Me and my dad are going to
Las Vegas and we're going to visit Tennessee, Arkansas, LSU,
Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Nebraska,
Colorado, and a few others," Walker said. "We're going
to leave towards the end of June or early July and be gone about 10 days.It
should be pretty interesting because we're going to be doing a lot of driving
and seeing a lot of places."
Walker said that his drive across the
country will go a long way towards helping him narrow his
"This trip should help a lot and
will be able to help us set up my official," Walker said. "I really don't know where I will
go on those visits but I should know by the end of
With 40-plus scholarship offers to
choose from, Walker said that he is still pretty wide open
but he had this to say about LSU.
"LSU is a school that I'm really
interested in and I feel like I know a good about them," he said. "When I talk
to coach Mac we start off talking about football and how things are at LSU and
then we talk about stuff outside of football. He seems like a real cool guy you
can trust and you can tell he really likes it down at