Tre Walker is only 5110 but he has turned into one of the most dynamic wide receivers in college football. The Compton, California native grew up dominating football in Los Angeles all the way through high school. Tre finished his senior year at Narbonne High with 1,290 yards and 16 touchdowns. He would land an offer from San Jose State and he would never look back.
As a true freshman, Tre made a huge impact. He started four games and played in 12. He finished fourth on the team in receptions with 26. He would rack up 288 yards and score just one touchdown. He had his first 100 yard game against UNLV when he caught 8 passes for 104 yards.
He would continue his dominance into the 2018 season. He only started three games, but looked like the best player on their team the final three games of the year. He led the team in receiving with 714 yards receiving, as well as yards per catch and in touchdowns (5). He was barely used but 33 of his 39 receptions came in the second half of the year.
Last season, Walker blew up!
Walker finished the year as a First Team All-Mountain West player. He hauled in 79 receptions for 1,161 yards and scored twice. He was a top five statistical leader in the FBS, and was number 3 in the FBS with 116.1 yards per game receiving. Walker turned into a number one receiver and not just a deep threat. He will have a new QB this year but I would not be surprised if he has a huge season in 2020.
NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Notes:
Tre Walker is one of the most underrated prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft. People do not want to talk about how he has emerged as an all around wide out. Since coming to San Jose State he has been impressive. Last year, the speedy wide out showed his abilities to get open and make plays. Walker finished the year with 1,161 yards and secured 79 balls. He only had 2 touchdowns but was quite the possession wide out for the Spartans. Remember his name, NFL teams love speed and he has it. – Damond Talbot, NFL Draft Diamonds, Owner