Donovan Walker has proven more than once this off-season that he can take over at wide receiver and now some Pac-12 programs are showing interest.
The Chino Hills, Calif., wide receiver who looked good at the Rivals Camp in Los Angeles and more recently the Gamebreakers Classic in Newbury Park, Calif., last weekend is planning two Pac-12 trips soon.
"Since the Rivals Camp I received a lot more recruiting letters from schools and they've gotten in touch with me especially the schools where I'm visiting like Stanford and Cal," Walker said.
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The 6-foot, 172-pound prospect said he's highly interested in both Cal and Stanford but especially the Golden Bears since former Chino Hills teammate Jack Austin signed with them in February.
Since Walker knows a little bit more about Cal he's definitely excited to see Berkeley.
Getting over to Stanford is also crucially important in the coming weeks as Walker visits both programs - and possibly San Jose State - over spring break.
"They're pretty big especially Cal because we have a receiver, Jack Austin, who's going there this year," Austin said. "He's been telling me a lot of good things about them."
How interested Cal and Stanford are at this point is unknown by Walker, who said he's visiting both places to get a better gauge on that situation.
Whether those coaches want him to attend summer camp or show more during his senior season is unclear so Walker wants to figure that out during his trips.
"It's hard to tell," Walker said. "I'm just taking an unofficial visit and then we'll see from there."