2004: Started all 12 games at tight end...made two catches for 70 yards in NCAA playoff game vs. Delaware ...had a 46-yard catch in the second quarter, the longest play by a Lafayette receiver all season...pulled in a 24-yard reception on 4th-and-21 in the fourth quarter...hauled in three or more passes in four games...caught four balls for 34 yards at Richmond ...gained 38 yards on three receptions vs. Georgetown...had a 24-yard catch against Marist.
2003: Missed final three games with a knee injury...earned second varsity letter, catching nine passes for 74 yards and two touchdowns...caught scoring passes in each of the season's first two games.
2002: Played in nine games at tight end to secure his first varsity letter...recorded 13 receptions for 127 yards...made first collegiate start against Georgetown...had break-out game at Fordham, snagging six passes for 72 yards.
AT CEDAR CLIFF HIGH SCHOOL: The recipient of five varsity letters, competing in football, baseball, track & field, and basketball... on the football field, he played quarterback, tight end, and linebacker ...at quarterback, he went 51-for-97, throwing for 812 yards and five touchdowns...grabbed 13 receptions for 258 yards and three touchdowns and tallied 17 tackles and one sack, earning him Mid-State Top 100 recognition in both his junior and senior years...earned a place on the All-Sentinel team and Tom Lemming's Top 200 and was noted as a CNN-SI top preseason recruit...in 2001 he earned a place on the Gridiron Great Elite Team and was awarded All-Conference first team for tight end...played in East-West All-Star game, in which he was nominated for the state all-star game...also averaged 12 points and 8 rebounds per game at forward for the basketball team and earned the Shawn Rothrock Award for Outstanding Attitude, Athletics, and Academics.
PERSONAL: Majoring in Anthropology and Sociology...son of Robert and Linda Walker...born 3/15/84.
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