Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills defensive back Darrin Walls had a very good sophomore year, followed by an even better junior season.
He has four teams at or near the top of his list at the moment.
"Pitt and Louisville offered so I'm looking at them a lot," Walls said. "Other than that Virginia and Michigan are next."
The 6-foot-1 and 175 pound Walls made 52 tackles and intercepted six passes during his junior season. He also rushed for 670 yards and scored 11 times.
Not surprisingly, Walls has drawn the interest of major college recruiters including the Ohio State staff.
"I've been to Pitt's junior day," Walls said. "I'm looking at Pitt, Louisville, Michigan, Ohio State, Virginia, and Notre Dame."
Those totals came after a sophomore year that saw Walls make 56 tackles and intercept three passes. Both seasons he was an all-conference selection.
Walls plans to attend several camps.
"I'm going to Michigan's camp probably," Walls said. "I'm going to the Nike Camp at Penn State. I've been to Ohio State, Michigan, and Pitt."