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Contemplating a commitment

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Orlando (Fla.) Evans three-star wide receiver Dominic Walker holds double-digit offers. He used the past month to hit the road and check out a few of the schools that are interested.
"I've visited Vanderbilt, South Carolina, and Florida State over the past few weeks," Walker said.
The 6-foot-2, 194-pound wide receiver was very impressed with one particular program during those trips.
"I liked all of them, but Vanderbilt really impressed me," Walker said.
The Central Florida prospect talked about a few of the things that made the Commodores stand out to him.
"I just had a great relationship with the coaches there," Walker said. "It is also a chance to play in the SEC and get a great education. It is also a chance to play early as well."
Walker says he has built a strong relationship with a pair of coaches in Nashville.
"I got along really well with Coach (Josh) Gattis and Coach (James) Franklin as well," Walker said. "Coach Gattis sends me written letters like every day. He just tells me that he really wants me in their offense and that I will be a big part of making plays for them as a true freshman. He said he likes the way I catch the football and says you can't coach that. He just tells me they are a program that is coming up and he wants me to be a part of what they are trying to accomplish at Vanderbilt."
Since his visit to Vanderbilt, the Sunshine State prospect says that the thought of committing has crossed his mind.
"I have been considering it," Walker said. "Right now my top three are Florida State, Vanderbilt, and Texas A&M. Right now Vanderbilt is probably on top.
"I think I am going to wait until this summer," Walker added with regards to making a decision. "I don't know though, because one day I want to commit and the next day I am not sure. But it will probably be this summer."
Walker mentioned that he hopes to visit Texas A&M during the summer.
As a junior, Walker had 28 receptions for 496 yards and five touchdowns.
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