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5-Star Guard MJ Walker Has 7 Schools Standing Out In His Recruitment

MJ Walker, a five-star shooting guard out of Georgia, is one of the top remaining uncommitted blue-chip players in the class of 2017. During today's McDonald's All-American practice, he outlined the seven schools that stand out in the recruitment.

According to ZagsBlog writer Nick Medline, his list includes Kansas, Florida State, Maryland, Ohio State, UCLA, UNLV, and Virginia Tech.

Walker is a five-star recruit, per 247Sports' composite rankings. He is the No. 22 player in the country, the No. 4 shooting guard, and the No. 3 player in the state of Georgia. On Monday night, he competed in the McDonald’s All-American Game Powerade Jam Fest three-point shootout, losing to Watch: Oklahoma PG Commit Trae Young Wins McDonald’s All-American Game 3-Point Shootout

">Oklahoma basketball commit Trae Young.

Watch: Oklahoma PG Commit Trae Young Wins McDonald’s All-American Game 3-Point Shootout

Walker can shoot it, and he can really throw it down.

MJ Walker is the sixth-highest rated uncommitted class of 2017 player. He'll be a fantastic late pick-up for someone.

This year's McDonald's All-American Game is set for Wednesday, March 29, at 7:00 p.m. ET. It will be played at the United Center in Chicago, and broadcast on ESPN.