GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- ESPNU Watch List defensive end Demarcus Walker visited Florida on Friday, and the 6-foot-3, 255-pounder said he enjoyed what he saw from the Gators.
"I went down there with my head coach Adam Geis," Walker said. "I thought it was pretty good. I met with all the coaches, toured the campus and met with the academic staff. Overall it was a pretty good visit."
Walker said he had a chance to sit down and speak with some of the defensive coaches including Bryant Young, Dan Quinn and head coach Will Muschamp.
"They were pretty cool," he said. "They were just telling me what was going on with the program and what they have in store for the next few years. They just told me they like me a lot."
Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Miami and Clemson are some of his biggest offers, but Walker said he remains open and has no early leaders. Walker is planning to visit Alabama for their spring game, and said he may visit other schools.
"I plan on taking some visits this spring, but I don't know where yet," Walker said. "I'm going to sit down with my coach and my dad, and we will schedule some more"