|Date of birth:||November 22, 1985|
|Place of birth:||Compton, California|
|Height:||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Weight:||188 lb (85 kg)|
|High school:||Cerritos (CA) Gahr|
High school career
Walker attended Gahr High School. While there, he lettered three times in football, he also season. Also during the season he was named defensive player-of-the-week three times and achieved the defensive mvp award.
Division I-A Recruiting
|Ht.||Wt.||40 yd.||20 Shut.||Squat Max.||Vertical Jump||Bench Max.||Broad Jump|
|6'0"||188 lb.||4.42||4.01||610 lbs.||39"||320 lbs.||10'9"|
In 2005, Walker, a two-star cornerback recruit began receiving offers from Division I-A schools such as: Nevada, Idaho, San Diego State, TCU, Tulsa, and Washington State. He began favoring San Diego State, however he later chose to commit to Nevada.
University of Nevada-Reno (2006 - 2007)
After his sophomore season, was being recruited by multiple Division I-A schools. However, midway through the school year, Walker transferred to Nevada where he played for his final two college seasons. In 2006, in 10 games, he recorded 18 tackles, two passes broken up, and one forced fumble. Then as a senior, in 2007, in 13 games, with 13 starts, he recorded 85 tackles, 3 interceptions, and eighteen passes broken up. While at Nevada he was also a Communications major with a minors in Business and Music.
Walker went unselected in the 2008 NFL Draft and was picked up by the Baltimore Ravens as a free agent, however failed to make it past training camp. Soon after Walker had several workouts with teams in the Canadian Football League, however failed to make a team as a starter. He then spent the last three weeks of the 2008 Arena Football League season with the San Jose SaberCats. He was then assigned to the Tri-Cities Fever on October 6, 2008. Walker re-signed with the Tri-Cities Fever in 2010. He was the first player to be signed for the new Arena Football 1 fever team.
Walker is the son of Lee Walker and Jacqueline Harris. He is a Personal Trainer at Starfit Fitness Club, as well as the General Manager. He has two children.
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