Three-star safety Trevor Walker (Arlington, Texas/Mansfield Timberview) is down to three schools, and on Friday, one of those schools will have a hard-hitting defensive back with good speed.
Walker’s father, Chris, confirmed that Walker will announce his college decision at a Friday afternoon ceremony at the Timberview High School library. A 5-foot-11, 190-pound safety, Walker will choose from Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and Washington.
Walker will make his decision final after in-home visits from each school on Tuesday and Wednesday. He returned from an official visit to Washington over the weekend.
“I’m pretty sure he knows where he wants to go,” Chris Walker said. “He’s got it narrowed down, but they’re all going to come in this week. He’s going to give them one last time to talk. After they come, he’ll finalize it and make his announcement on Friday.”
Walker originally committed to Washington State in April but decommitted from the Cougars in July to explore other options. Washington State was his only offer at the time of his initial commitment. Walker now has more than 25 offers, including Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Boise State and Arkansas.