PA junior set to attend Big Ten game

"We have a game tomorrow," Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills junior cornerback Darrin Walls said on Thursday night. "It's a playoff game. We're 4-5 right now."
Walls has made over 50 tackles and has three interceptions in establishing himself as a major college prospect.
"Louisville has offered me," Walls said. "They sent a letter in the mail. I think Pitt offered too.

Article Continues Below
"I took a visit to Ohio State and Michigan. I saw Ohio State play Marshall. I saw Michigan play Minnesota.
"I'm going to Ohio State this weekend for their game against Penn State.
"I like Pitt, Michigan, Ohio State, West Virginia, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Purdue. I think that's it.
"Michigan and Virginia are my two favorites."
The 6-foot-1, and 175 pound Walls played both cornerback and safety during his sophomore year. He made 56 tackles and intercepted three passes in being named all-conference.