2011 Offensive Tackle Aundrey Walker Highlights

2011 Offensive Tackle Aundrey Walker Highlights

2011 Offensive Tackle Aundrey Walker Highlights

Another great Cleveland Glenville offensive line prospect appears ready to commit to Ohio State. Aundrey Walker looks to be one of the three offered Glenville 2011 prospects that will surely keep the pipeline from Glenville to Ohio State active. In this highlight video the 6’5” 355 lbs offensive tackle shows his ability to pull and open holes while playing until the whistle blows. He manhandles defensive lineman at the high school level with his strength, speed and agility. Ohio State currently has two really good offensive lineman from Glenville on their roster in Bryant Browning and Marcus Hall. Adding Walker will be an important piece of the Buckeyes 2011 class.

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