"I'm at Alabama right now on an unofficial visit," A.J. Walker stated. "I came down here to hang out with some of my friends this weekend, and I called and told the coaches I would be there. They invited me to come by and talk with them. I spoke with them, and I toured the facilities. They were telling me that they were glad to have me and hoped I would be another Rashad Johnson."
"This isn't my first time in Tuscaloosa. I've been down here a bunch of times."
"I had offers from BYU, UNA and MTSU (Middle Tennessee). I considered UNA because my brother is up there, but I knew it wasn't for me. I was getting some interest from other schools, but I stopped answering my phone in mid-December because I knew I was going to Alabama."
ScoutSouth.com also asked Walker about his expectations going into his college career.
"I just want to find a place to play," Walker answered. "The coaches are talking about trying me at wide receiver. I want to play wide receiver, but I will play on special teams or wherever I can get an opportunity."
Asked when will he arrive permanently on the Tuscaloosa campus and Walker replied, "We talked about getting in early for spring and summer. If I can't do that I will enroll the first day of school in the fall."