Josh Walker, the 6-0, 280-pound junior defensive tackle prospect from Carrollton (Ga.), was recently offered by UCLA and the Bruins then quickly rose to the top of his list of schools.
http://www.scout.com/college/ucla/story/1705624-ucla-offers-takes-lead-f... Walker is an emerging 2018 prospect, with offers from Michigan State and Pittsburgh, and is bound to garner more high-level offers during his junior season.
Scout.com's east region recruiting analyst, Brian Dohn, had this to say about Walker:
Walker plays hard. He is a fierce competitor with a non-stop motor. He gets in and out of his stance well. He plays out of the four-point stance and he fires off the ball low. He shoots his hands, he plays with good leverage, and he is good at shedding blocks. He identifies the ball and he attacks. He has good quickness, he can re-direct and he chases the football. He is not the tallest interior defensive lineman, but he uses that to his advantage. He can improve his moves off the ball and his ability to rush the passer. He is very strong against the run.
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