PA junior drawing big interest

Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills junior Darrin Walls will be one of the top defensive back prospects in the Keystone State next season.
The 6-foot-1 and 175 pound Walls made 56 tackles and intercepted three passes during his sophomore season. He played both safety and cornerback as well as some running back. Walls was an all-conference selection.
He is already drawing interest from a number of the country's top college football programs, and that interest is only going to increase over the next year.
"I get mail from Pitt, West Virginia, Michigan, Virginia, I think that's about it right now," Walls said. "And Miami too."
"And I went to Ohio State a couple of times with Wesley and Devon."
Devon Lyons was a standout wide receiver and defensive back at Woodland Hills who signed with Ohio State in February. Brother Wesley Lyons is a fine junior at Woodland Hills who is drawing interest from Ohio State and a number of schools.
"I like Michigan, Miami, Ohio State, and Pitt," Walls said. "My favorite is Michigan. But I want to wait till the season gets here and see who I'm being recruited by."