Report: Air Force's Walker enters into transfer portal

Posted at 10:48 PM, Mar 22, 2020

USAFA — According to multiple reports, Air Force sophomore guard A.J. Walker has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal.

This is after the Falcons, and former head coach Dave Pilipovich, parted ways after 8 seasons at the Academy.

Walker, who looked to be the future of the program, averaged 11.1 points per game and 3.5 rebound per game this past season.

His season-high came at the Mountain West Conference tournament, when he scored 24 points against Fresno State in the opening round.

Air Force is coming off a disappointing year, finishing 12-20 overall and 5-13 in MWC play, despite a senior-laden team.

Good to note: Just because Walker entered his name into the portal, does not mean there is still a chance he comes back to the Academy next year.