Kyree Walker has decided to skip college to begin preparing for the 2021 NBA Draft. Walker is the latest in a string of players skipping college in the 2020 recruiting class. Walker becomes the third player in a week to decide to skip school. Walker was previously committed to Arizona State back when he was a freshman in high school.
Walker will be training at Chameleon BX where another top 50 recruit who is skipping school will be training in MarJon Beauchamp. Walker will begin the training in June. It will be interesting to see what role COVID-19 plays in those plans.
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Walker already has a well-built body for a high schooler. He is strong and uses that in his ability to drive downhill. He is still working on his ability to score from the perimeter. He’s a guy who thrives with the ball in his hands and is more of a primary ballhandler. Watching the progress of all the guys skipping college will be watched intently by other high schoolers as others may follow in their footsteps.