Today was a pretty good day, there were a lot of great coaches here and I got better working with Coach J (Penn State defensive line coach Larry Johnson), Walker said.
It's so early in my process that I want to just go out and compete and keep learning and keep getting better, and I was surprised with how much fun I had today, Walker said.
The6-foot-1, 260-pounder said the PSU staff said it would like to see him work on his quickness.
One of the biggest things for me is better foot speed, and Coach J and the other coaches gave me some tips for how to improve that, Walker said. There are a lot of good coaches here that gave me a lot of tips on that and some other things, and I can't wait to use them throughout the summer.
Outside of the techniques he learned, Walker said visiting his first Big Ten campus was a big plus, too.
There are a lot of good Big Ten lineman in the NFL, and Penn State has produced a ton of them, so this is a great place to be and I like what I saw of the campus, said Walker, who toured the football facilities after camp.
Penn State is a top 10 school and one I want to learn more about, and the coaches said they really like me, so I want to stay in touch with them, too, he said.