Sean Walker is one of the fastest prospects in the state of Georgia. He ran a blazing 4.41 forty time at the Nike Camp in Auburn, and he also runs track for his Jefferson County team. Last season he had 27 catches for 510 yards and five touchdowns, and he added two interceptions on defense. He has gotten off to a good start already this year as well.
"We scrimmaged Hephzibah last weekend," said Walker. "I had an 80 yard touchdown catch in that game. I play some defense too, but I play full time on offense. I went to camps this summer at Georgia, Auburn, Georgia Tech, and MTSU. I'm hearing from MTSU and Georgia Tech the most right now. I like Georgia, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Vanderbilt, and MTSU the most."
Walker is a good student that will have no trouble qualifying, and he also has a diversified list of sports that he plays.
"I also play golf, basketball, and I run track." When it was mentioned that I didn't talk to many prospects that golfed, Walker laughed. "Man, I love to play golf."
Walker enjoys a lot of sports, but his future is his 4.4 speed on the gridiron.
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