Barring something unforeseen at this point, OL Issiah Walker of Miami plans to stick with the commitment he made to USC in May of 2018. Walker has never hinted at decommitting despite making several unofficial visits to other schools over the past two months. Those stops included Miami, Florida, Florida State and UCF. He was back at USC for a Friday-Sunday visit including a stint in the lineman camp with Eric Wolford on Saturday.
“It was good, it went well,” Walker said “I performed well. I learned a lot of stuff from Coach Wolf when we worked one-on-one. I have the Opening Finals this week, so he really taught me the pass set, the punch and he worked with me on my legs to get ready for this week.”
As for his commitment to the Gamecocks, Walker said this visit reaffirmed what he already knew, that he made the right decision to begin with and nothing else he’s experienced moved him enough to reconsider.
“I told them I’m done with officials for right now,” Walker said. “They already know I’m locked in with them. I’ve already been committed going on two years now. It’s 100 percent. I actually got to be around the whole O-Line and I bonded with them very, very well.”
Walker’s only official visit was to USC the first weekend in January.