Similarly to Old Tappan's Devin Fuller last year, Walker started being recruited by schools as an athlete, but is slowly starting to be looked at as a quarterback.
Of his six offers, all but one are now recruiting him 100 percent as a quarterback, he said.
"Every school, all of my offers say that I have a shot at quarterback," he said. "Besides Rutgers, every other school is just straight quarterback. Rutgers says I'll get a shot."
The 6-foot-2 athlete broke out as a junior for Elizabeth and nearly led his team to a state title over Piscataway at High Point Solutions Stadium. In a 41-34 loss, Walker electrified the crowd with 354 total yards and four touchdowns.
"The ball is always in your hands when you play quarterback," Walker said. "You make plays with your hands and your feet. The game relies on you. You have to put in a lot of hard work to be out there. You have to know the playbook inside and out, but that's the fun part about it, learning the position, learning your opponent."
Through Rutgers comes off to him as less interested in a quarterback, the Scarlet Knights are still high on his list.
"It's close to home," said Walker, who is a relative of starting linebacker Khaseem Greene. "It's a firm program and very successful. They have a lot of fans at their games. They have a strong crowd. They support everything and everything about them is a good school. I love the new uniforms. I love them."
"They visited me, but they're really new," he said. "I don't know anything about them, but I like that they told me quarterback."
Walker's only plans for now are a visit to Massachusetts after school wraps up.
"All I know is they're about to go D-I," Walker said. "I really don't know anything about them. It's supposed to be good up there."