Offensive Midfielder Issiah Walker, a former Florida commit, announced Saturday that he would move to Miami.
Walker has signed a contract with Florida in the 2020 recruitment cycle and signed up in January, but entered his name on the transfer portal on May 4. Walker is ranked No. 121 overall in the last recruitment cycle of the Miami Norland Middle School in Miami.
I live at home ???? pic.twitter.com/rMS35kCaJw
– Issiah Walker 〽️ (@walker_issiah) May 9, 2020
As a 6-foot-4, 275-pound offensive lineman, Walker was one of those who entered the Florida class and was expected to compete for an early playing time at Gainesville. He had committed to South Carolina at one point in his recruitment before quitting and finally signed with the Gators.
Although he arrived earlier on campus, Walker decided to move closer to home. Storm is a school he considered during the recruitment process, so there is some familiarity with this program.
Miami completes the 2020 cycle with the No. recruitment class. 17 with eight ESPN 300 commitments and 24 overall.