Walker fills the board with signees
by Ben Hamilton
Feb 03, 2011 | 1725 views | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Walker High School athletes filled the board Wednesday afternoon.

Students filled the seats.

Seven Viking seniors, representing four different sports, signed their letter-of-intent in front of a packed-out Walker High School auditorium.

Walker didn’t limit its athletes to football signees.

The Vikings also saw athletes sign softball, volleyball and baseball letters-of-intent, as well as four football players.

Here’s a run down of who went where.

Asha Holliday: Holliday signed with Calhoun State to play softball.

She played softball four years at Walker and basketball for two while also competing in volleyball for two years.

Amber Ivory: Ivory plans on playing both softball and volleyball for Stillman College.

She played softball and volleyball at Walker for four years, basketball for two years and was a cheerleader for three years.

She was All-Area in volleyball and was Co-Captain of the cheerleader squad.

Justin Kamplain: Kamplain will play baseball for Shelton State after his fourth season on the diamond at Walker.

The senior ace pitcher also played basketball all four years.

JaMarcus Carey: Carey will attend The University of North Alabama after spending four years playing football at Walker, where he excelled as a cornerback.

Mason Drummond: Drummond will also attend The University of North Alabama.

He played football at Walker for four years and golf for three years.

Last season, he registered over 125 tackles from his linebacker position.

C.H. Scruggs: Scruggs was hoping for an offer from Samford.

Two days after receiving the offer, he committed. Scruggs, an offensive lineman, played football for three years and baseball for four at Walker.

He registered 100 knockdowns during his senior year.

Jacquese Kirk: Kirk will attend Vanderbilt University, making him the third local player to sign with an SEC school the last three years.

Kirk played football for four years and basketball for three at Walker. He was a two-time All-State member.