Q&A: 2014 in-state receiver Jaelon Walker 

September, 5, 2012
Moore (Okla.) Southmoore hasn’t been in existence for long but the school as produced some great football talent. And talent that the Sooners have recognized. Things haven’t always worked out between the Sooners and the Southmoore recruits -- former top-50 recruit Austin Haywood quit the OU football team last fall -- but quarterback Kendal Thompson and defensive back Julian Wilson still remain on the roster.

OU could be heading that way once again in 2014 as Southmoore is starting to reload after a mediocre 2011 season. Leading the charge are a couple of athletes in Jalen Adams and Jaelon Walker. Adams had four catches for 125 yards and two touchdowns, while Walker had more than 100 yards of total offense in the season-opening win. SoonerNation sat down with Walker, who is 5-foot-9 and 170 pounds.

Jaelon Walker
Bob Przybylo/ESPN.comClass of 2014 athlete Jaelon Walker is a budding star in the state of Oklahoma.
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