Newcomers learn, bond while adjusting to collegiate game
Prior to Ohio: Listed as a three star recruit according to ESPN.com... Ranked as the No. 8 player in the Washington D.C. area by ESPN.com, 247Sports.com and Rivals.com... Three-year varsity letterwinner... Served as the team captain during his senior season... Finished his career with 32 touchdowns and 3,108 all-purpose yards... Three-time All-Conference honoree... Earned All-Metropolitan honorable mention accolades following the 2013 season... Helped guide his team to the WCAC Playoffs in each of the past three season... Competed in the sixth toughest high school conference according to USA Today... Was nominated for the Gatorade Player of the Year... Competed two seasons in track and field.
Personal: Born April 12, 1995... Son of Rob and Darlene Walker... Has two sisters - Alisha and Erin... Enjoys Art... Lists Steve Smith as his favorite athlete... Lists his future career plans as becoming a fire marshall.
Cornerbacks coach James Ward on Walker: "Robbie comes from a great family with great support. He is a very diverse football player. As a junior he rushed for 1,800 yards. He is a tremendous receiver with great quickness, who can get in and out of his breaks. He played in a football conference that had 22 Division I scholarship offers. He stayed with Ohio all the way even though he was being recruited by a bunch of power conference schools."