At 6-foot-5 and 335-pounds, you would be hard-pressed to find a physical specimen more impressive than Aundrey Walker from the Class of 2011.
Though he is only a junior the right guard from Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville Academic Campus has received offers from Indiana and Michigan State.
He has the potential to be a devastating and feared run blocker at the next level, and after another year of development in the high school ranks there's no telling how good he can be.
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Walker helped Glenville to the state championship game this fall, but they fell short of their goal of winning it.
Though the Hoosiers and Spartans are obviously near the top of the list by virtue of the fact that they have offered, plenty of other schools are in the mix.
"I've heard from Tennessee, West Virginia and various other colleges," he told Rivals.com in a recent interview. "I went to the Iowa-Michigan game game, and I also went to the USC-OSU game.
"Right now I'm working out because I'm going to the U.S. (Army) All-American Conbine in Texas. I'm just working out to get better."
Walker went on to say he does not have any favorites at this stage in the recruiting process.