Walker Would Like To Visit Clemson

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Allen Walker - Athlete
Height: 6-2   Weight: 205   Hometown: Olive Branch, MS (Olive Branch HS)   Class: 2006

The last two years Clemson has done of good job recruiting the state of Alabama. Now, the Tigers are making an attempt to reach over into the state of Mississippi. The Tigers have already targeted Jonathan Massey, the standout tight end. Allen Walker is a highly regard safety the Tigers would love to land.

"A lot schools are recruiting me as an athlete. I will most likely play safety in college. I like playing safety. It gives me a chance to make some big plays, plus I love hitting."

Walker has narrowed his list to five schools.

"My favorites are Tennessee, Nebraska, Florida, Clemson, and Mississippi. Mississippi is making a strong push. They are trying to get things turned around under Coach (Ed) Orgeron. I'm not real sure about Nebraska, but I think they are on the way up. Tennessee is a little down, but they are still Tennessee. Florida is trying put everything together under Coach Meyer, but I think they are going to very good. Clemson is building some new facilities, which I want to see. I have never been to Clemson, but I hear a lot of good things."

Dabo Swinney and Vic Koenning are recruiting Walker for the Tigers.

"Coach Swinney calls me just about every week. Coach Koenning has sent me some letters. Clemson is recruiting me pretty hard. Ole Miss is coming after me the hardest, but I will visit all five schools that I listed."

Is Walker close to a decision?

"No, not even. It will be after I take all five visits, even possibly Signing Day. There are some other guys at my school that are being recruited, and we could all do it together on Signing Day."

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Allen Walker Recruiting Profile
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