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NAME: Isaiah Walker
SCHOOL: Wyoming High School
SPORT(S): Basketball
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: "Making my parents proud."
BIRTHDATE: 1/8/2003
HEIGHT: 6'5"-185 lbs.
PARENTS: Tyrice & Carol
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: "My grandfather."
FUTURE GOAL: "Be the best basketball player I can be; open a physical therapy and weight training facility for underprivileged kids."

A four-year varsity player, Wyoming High School senior Isaiah Walker helps lead a Cowboy team that has not lost a league basketball game in two years. He has already scored 1,000+ points in his great varsity career. Isaiah enters his senior season with impressive numbers, having scored 1,140 points, pulled down 438 rebounds, dished out 189 assists and had 86 steals in his career. He has started strong this season, averaging about 19 points-10 rebounds per game, with 27 points vs. La Salle, 21 points vs. Northwest and 16 points vs. McNicholas.

His junior year for the 24-1 Cowboys, he averaged 25 points-nine rebounds-three assists per game. He led the league in scoring. He earned numerous honors, including being named CHL Co-Player of the Year, Cincinnati Div. II Player of the Year (Enquirer), Southwest Ohio Div. II District Player of the Year and third team all-state. He was also a finalist for Sports Awards' Small School Basketball Player of the Year.

An outstanding student who is active in community service, Isaiah, who had 23 Div. I scholarship offers, will play basketball collegiately at Belmont University.

Isaiah comes by his talent naturally: His father, Tyrice, was named Ohio's Mr. Basketball in 1990 before a collegiate career at Xavier University and a pro career in Europe.

His club team is the Midwest Basketball Club. His favorite athlete is LeBron James, favorite entertainer is Kevin Hart, favorite book is Unbroken, favorite movie is He Got Game and most-like-to-meet is Kobe Bryant.

COACH'S QUOTE – "Isaiah is a great kid who is very successful in the classroom and on the court. His work ethic is what separates him and makes him a great basketball player mixed with skill level."
— Matt Rooks, Basketball Coach

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