Just a week after receiving his second Division I offer, Wellington High School senior guard Chris Walker made it official.
Walker earned the offer back in late October, thanks to a number of impressive outings in the summer, including at the inaugural Pressure Athletics event. The 6-foot-6 guard displayed tremendous athleticism, along with a shooting touch and overall ability to benefit his team on both ends of the court.
“I committed so fast because they are everything I need in a college and were the best option out of the other schools,” Walker told 305Sports.
In his junior campaign, Walker averaged 10.6 points per game, ending the year with a 21-7 record. And as his upcoming season nears, Walker looks to do what he can to take the Wolverines to a successful path.
That’s something he’ll look to do at Little Rock, too.
“My favorite thing about Little Rock is their will to win and compete,” he claims.
When competing for the Trojans throughout his collegiate career, Walker hopes to “to win [his] conference, hopefully, make it to the tournament and develop into the best player [he] can.”
For now, his ultimate goals include winning “Player of the Year for Palm Beach” along with claiming “a state title.”