"Everything been going straight for us," said Dorsey-Walker of his Doughboys. "We're only 1-2, but we'll be alright. I've been doing alright. I scored 26, 33, and 17 (in the games so far)."
The Michigan Wolverines have been keeping a close eye on the versatile youngster. Meanwhile he has been monitoring their progress just as attentively.
"They've looked good," Dorsey-Walker regarding Michigan's 9-2 start. "Other people were expecting them to be weak this year, but I was expecting them to come out hard."
Dorsey-Walker was on hand at Crisler Arena Saturday to watch the Maize & Blue dispatch of the Oakland Grizzlies. John Beilein and company again made it a point to remind the Motor City standout of just how much of a priority he is.
"I talked to all of them (Saturday)," he said referring to the Michigan coaches. "They really want me. "They said they are not pressuring me (to commit), but they really want me."
A number of other programs share that same sentiment. Dorsey-Walker also holds offers from Indiana, Baylor, Central Michigan, Western Michigan, Dayton, Oakland, and Fairfield. His desire to learn more about his other suitors has caused him to take a more patient approach to his recruitment.
"I'm really looking Baylor, Indiana, Oakland… really all the schools that offered me," he said. "I'll be waiting (to make a decision). There's really no timetable."
GoBlueWolverine will have more on Dorsey-Walker in the coming months.