Fall 2000 (Senior): Finished the fall ranked 63rd in the nation? Played in all five tournaments, including an individual championship at the Henry Griffitts Classic in Waco... Had three top-ten finishes... Helped lead Baylor to a tournament win by finishing second at the Missouri Invitational... Has never missed a tournament during his Baylor career.
1999-2000 (Junior): Played in all 12 tournaments... Claimed six top-five finishes... Tied for third at the first tournament of the season, leading the Bears to a second place finish at the SFA Invitational... Lowest round of the season was a 68, which he shot three times... His average spring score of 71.9 in 24 rounds led the Bears.
1998-1999 (Sophomore): Won his first collegiate tournament at the first competition of the spring with a 216 at the SWT Invitational... Finished in the top 25 three times... Named to the All-Big 12 team for the second consecutive year... Tied for fourth at the Kansas Jayhawk Invitational... Matched that finish as the Bears placed fourth at the Baylor Invitational... Contributed to Baylor's win at the Missouri Bluffs Invitational by finishing sixth.
1997-1998 (Freshman): Immediately became an important asset to the Baylor team as a freshman... Competed in all 13 tournaments... Was the top finisher for Baylor at seven of those 13... Best performance of the fall came at the Crown Colony Tournament when he tied for second... Later tied that personal best, finishing alone in second place at the Border Olympics, in which Baylor won... Turned in seven top-10 finishes, including six in a row and three times in the top five... Voted All-Big 12.
Prior to Baylor: Took second place at the AJGA Tex-Ace San Antonio Shootout and at the 1997 AJGA Tom Kite Chrysler Classic... Named a Rolex Junior All-American... Named all-state and team MVP all four years... Finished in the top 10 each year at the state level, turning in a third place finish his junior year and earning second place as a senior... Four-time Region 4-4A champion... Three-time district champion... Won 21 high school tournaments... Averaged 71.6 as a senior... Member of National Honor Society.
Personal: Majoring in business... Son of Jim and Barbara Walker... Born on Jan. 16, 1979, in Oklahoma City, Okla.