"I just want to work on my game," Walker said. "For UBYL, this is serious. I just to come out here and work like I have been in my workouts. Be a total floor general. If I need to score, score. Facilitate, If I need to facilitate. And just be an overall point guard and do what I need to do to win."
Top college programs are hoping to win with Walker as their point guard too.
In fact, he already holds notable offers from Texas A&M, Florida State and Wichita State among others. While Michigan has yet to offer, he says the Wolverines have made strong impressions recently in his recruitment.
"I talked to Coach Beilein on Wednesday," Walker said. "I talked to him. We had a long talk on how interested he was. He really needs a point guard and I can fit in there and make plays early. That's what I want to go do.
"I think they are going to offer. They want me to come visit sometime soon. I might make a visit sometime in June.
"I just want to go up there and meet players and meet the coaches. I just want to feel comfortable like a family. I want them to be honest with me. I don't want to hear all the fake stuff they [could] tell everyone else. I just them to keep it honest and go up there and have fun."
And if Michigan were to offer?
"It would mean a lot," Walker said. "Michigan is in the Big Ten. It's a big conference. Good coaches and they always have good players. And they know how to develop[p players and get them to the NBA. Adding: "They are most definitely a top ten school" in my recruitment.
That being said, Walker made it clear he could see himself playing in Michigan's style of play.
"Most definitely," Walker said on playing in Beilein's system. "[His point guards] always have freedom to do what they want to make plays. The coach believes in them. So Michigan would be a great system for me I feel like."
Walker says he plans to commit in the early signing period in November.