"I still like UCLA a lot, and I still feel the same about them," said Walker. "But being mature, I have to take a look at all the schools and see what all of them have to offer. There are a lot more schools getting involved so I'm looking at all of them."
One of them is Arizona State, where a handful of former Norco linemen currently play.
"I'm starting to take a closer look at Arizona State," said Walker. "I'm actually going to see them play on Saturday against USC."
The Trojans are another team that Walker is looking at, as they're picking up their interest in him.
"USC is looking at me real hard to and they're looking at me as a guard," said Walker.
With that, Walker said he no longer has a leader.
"Schools are really starting to even themselves out and I'm just going to take some of my visits to see more of them," said Walker. "I'll probably take all five of my official visits now. I'll probably decide a little before Signing Day."
Walker and his Norco teammates routed Riverside Poly on Thursday night, and Walker was a big reason for the success, particularly on the ground, where most of the runs were off his blocks.
"We needed to come back out and establish ourselves after what happened last week (being shut out by Corona Centennial)," said Walker.