Walker Enjoys Another Trip to Clemson

Walker Enjoys Another Trip to Clemson


Walker Enjoys Another Trip to Clemson


Demarcus Walker, one of the top defensive end prospects in the South, visited Clemson for Junior Day in late January.  The 6-4, 250 pound prospects has been to Clemson several times and always comes away impressed.

“It was good.  Every time I go there I always have fun.  I learned more about the academic program and hung out with the players and coaches,” said Walker.

What did Demarcus think of new defensive coordinator Brent Venables?

“It was my first time talking with him.  He is a nice guy,” said Walker.

The early offer list is very impressive including top schools Alabama, Florida, Miami, Southern California, West Virginia, Oklahoma and many others.

“I have 19 offers now,” said Walker.

The Tide will get the next visit.

“I am going to see Alabama on the 18th,” said Walker.

When asked about his current favorites, Walker responded, “I don’t have one right now.  Everything is up in the air.”

A decision could come as early as this summer from the prize recruit.

“It will probably be this summer.  If not it will be during the season,” said Walker.

Clemson recruiting coordinator Jeff Scott has built a strong relationship with the top defender.

“We have a strong relationship.  I really have a good relationship with him and coach Hobby.  I talk to them about every week,” said Walker.



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