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Sunday / July 25.
  • Top-40 junior Jordan Walsh recaps TCU visit, sets Georgia and Oklahoma officials

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    By JACOB POLACHECK

    Class of 2022 four-star forward Jordan Walsh was one of the standouts at a loaded Pangos All American Camp in Las Vegas, NV over the weekend.

    Just days after his impressive performance, Walsh tripped to TCU for his first official visit from June 10-12.

    “The energy they had in practice and the five-out offense stood out to me,” Walsh told ZAGSBLOG Saturday. “I can thrive in the five-out offense and [their pitch was] that they can get me to the league.”

    The 6-foot-7, 190-pound small forward from Waxahachie Faith (TX) Family Academy, is planning to visit Arkansas from June 24-26.

    He has also set up official visits to Oklahoma (August 1) and Georgia (Sept. 11).

    He broke down the factors he’s evaluating when making his decision:

    “Obviously the academic side and the opportunity to play as a freshman,” Walsh said.

    Ranked by ESPN.com as the No. 11 small forward and No. 32 overall prospect in the class of 2022, Walsh is a two-way scorer that can pass the ball efficiently.

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