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Will Walker
Will Walker

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bolingbrook, Ill.

High School:
Bolingbrook

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190

Position:
G

Career Notes
Played in 92 career games... started 50 times... sixth all-time at DePaul with 124 career three-pointers... eighth in program history with a .365 (124-340) three-point field goal percentage... 10th with 340 three-point attempts and tied for 24th with 104 steals... fourth player in school history to go perfect from three-point range (min. 5 attempts)... went 5-for-5 at Seton Hall on Feb. 23, 2008... became 13th player at DePaul to total 100 career three-pointers on Feb. 25, 2009 against Villanova... 42 career games in double-figures... eight games of at least 20 points... signed with DePaul on November 14, 2005.

2008-09 Notes (Junior)
Played in all 33 games... only player to start every game this season... 25 games in double-figures... tied for third in the season record book with 71 three-pointers (Willie Coleman, 1997-98) and ranked fourth with 193 three-point attempts... 483 points are tied for 39th on DePaul season chart (Bobby Simmons, 2000-01)... also ranked 17th with 55 steals... ranked among BIG EAST leaders in steals, scoring, three-point percentage and three's per game... totaled 30 three-pointers in the last seven games... played 158 of a possible 160 minutes in the final four games... averaged 24.8 points in that four-game span while shooting .463 (38-82) from the field and .405 (15-37) from behind the arc... career-high (second time) 31 points (6-13 3pt. FG) against Providence in the second round of the BIG EAST Championship with four rebounds... scored 17 points against Cincinnati in the first round with three steals... 20 points at Georgetown with a career-high six steals... 31 points at West Virginia (7-12 3pt. FG)... the seven three-pointers are tied for second (fifth time) in school history... 15 points against St. John's... 23 points (6-11 3pt. FG), four rebounds and three steals against Villanova... the six three-pointers are tied for sixth (eighth time) in the DePaul record books... 17 points (5-9 3pt. FG) at Pittsburgh with three assists... 10 points at Louisville... 11 points, three rebounds and two steals against Pittsburgh... 30 points (5-8 3pt. FG) against Marquette with three steals... 23 points at Rutgers with three rebounds and three steals... 12 points, six rebounds and two steals against Connecticut... 17 points at Marquette with three rebounds, three assists... 11 points, three rebounds at USF... 17 points against Cincinnati with three assists... 17 points, two rebounds, two assists against USF... 13 points, five boards, two steals at Syracuse... 14 points at Providence... seven points, four steals against Notre Dame... eight points, eight rebounds, five assists against Alcorn State... 12 points, four rebounds and two assists against Creighton... 10 points against Saint Louis... 19 points, four rebounds against Southern... nine points, three boards and three assists against Liberty... nine points against UCLA... 14 points against Morgan State with four rebounds, three assists, two steals... 11 points at California... 17 points at UIC with six rebounds... opened the season with 19 points, three rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots against Albany.

2007-08 Notes (Sophomore)
Career-high 21 points in the win over USF... became the fourth player in school history to be perfect from 3pt. range (min. five attempts) by going 5-for-5 en route to 20 points at Seton Hall... 19 points (6-9 FGs, 4-6 3pt. FGs) vs. Florida Gulf Coast... 15 points in the win over La Salle at the San Juan Shootout... 15 points and tied career-high with four assists in a season-best 30 minutes vs. Louisville... led team with 13 points in season opener at Creighton... led DePaul with 14 points vs. Syracuse... scored all 13 of his points in the second half (including five of DePaul's last seven points) and tied then-career-high with four rebounds to win the Waldo Fisher-Frank McGrath Award as the MVP of the Northwestern game... 13 points off-the-bench at Providence... career-high (team-best) four assists in win over Texas A&M-CC... 13 points including a 3pt. field goal and steal late in the game keyed victory over Providence... scored 12 points in the win over Villanova with a 3-4 effort from three-point range... 11 points vs. Georgetown... made first start of the season and tossed in 10 points at Marquette... career-best five rebounds vs. Mississippi at the San Juan Shootout... 10 points at Connecticut.

2006-07 Notes (Freshman)
Named the 14th-best freshman point guard in the nation by Athlon... made first start of collegiate career vs. Chaminade... season-high 14 points at UAB including a three-point field goal in the final 30 seconds that sent the game into overtime... nine points vs. UC Irvine... nine points with two assists and two rebounds in win over St. John's... seven points with an assist and a steal vs. Kentucky... six points with a team-high three assists and three steals vs. Eastern Illinois... scored five points with four rebounds, two assists and a steal in collegiate debut at Bradley... five points and a pair of rebounds in win over Kansas.

High School
Ranked as the 13th-best point guard in the nation by Scout.com... participated in the annual Roundball Classic at the United Center (scored eight points with five rebounds, four assists and two steals in 22 minutes... 78th-best player in the nation and the 13th-best point guard by Rivals.com... averaged 30 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds as a senior as team went 23-4... scored more than 30 points 11 times, shot better than 50 percent from the field, .384 from 3-point range and .800 from the free throw line... graduated with a 3.6 GPA... Player of the Year by the News Herald as a senior... second team All-State by the Associated Press last season... prep coach was Cal Saunders.

Personal
Son of Thomas and Patricia Walker... enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences... father played basketball at Chicago Westinghouse High School and was a teammate of DePaul's all-time leading scorer Mark Aguirre.