Sugar Land (Texas) Clements High School's Walker Dille played his way onto the recruiting scene will a tremendous senior season.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pound tight end committed to TCU this week after putting together a regular season that saw him dominate in the run game and pile up 537 receiving yards and six touchdowns as Clements' primary receiver.
"Walter really blossomed this year," Clements coach Jeff Hulme said. "He's lucky because with early recruiting, so many kids get left out that have a great senior season. He just couldn't be overlooked."
Dille also had an offer from Boise State and was receiving interested from Oklahoma State before pulling the trigger on the Horned Frogs. He didn't get much playing time last season, playing behind Cedric Wilson who signed with Tulane a year ago.
"He really liked his trip and felt comfortable with the coaches up there," Hulme said. "It is a great opportunity for him."
Clements ran its regular season record to 10-0 in the regular season and Dille's presence was felt in every win.
"We knew he could get the edge for us whenever we wanted it," Hulme said. "He could also flex out for us and could catch the fade whenever he wanted. He was a big part of our offense."