Walker participated in spring workouts with the Ducks.
The remainder of the recruiting class, composed entirely of high school players enrolled this week for school with most arriving on campus late last week.
While many will become used the life of going to classes and other aspects of college life, the new recruits will also participate in voluntary workouts with the team. Oregon coaches are not permitted to work with the football team until fall camp which should start on August 5th, with the first game scheduled against Nichols State on Aug. 31st, with kickoff slated for 1:00 p.m. at Autzen Stadium.
Oregon then travels to Virginia to take on the Cavaliers on Sept. 7, for a 12:30 p.m. (PT) start on a game that will be carried on ABC/ESPN2.
Oregon returns home the following week (Sept. 14) for a conclusion to the home-and-home series against Tennessee at Autzen with kickoff at 12:30 p.m. (PT) and that game will also be shown nationally on either ABC/ESPN or ESPN2. Oregon beat Tennessee in the initial game of the series, 48-13 at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville on Sept. 11, 2010.
Presently, only two other games have firm start times. The Ducks will travel to Stanford on Thursday, Nov. 7 for what maybe the biggest showdown in the nation on that weekend and certainly the biggest game of the year for the Pac-12. The game is scheduled for kickoff at 6:00 p.m. (PT) and will be carried nationally on ESPN.
Oregon will take on Oregon State at Autzen Stadium on Friday, Nov. 29 for the Civil War. Kick off is at 4:00 p.m. and the game will be aired on Fox Sports 1.
Thomas Tyner, the 5-star running back from Aloha High School is one of the players that had the closest distance to travel to the Eugene Campus was dropped of by his older brother and according to Tyner's twitter messages he reflected about his current state of affairs.
"My life right now," tweeted Tyner, "School, football, Netflix."