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 Data Scout Notes: 2023: 3rdC...2022: 12-07-22 Transfer from Kent State/1stC...2021: NAC...Transfer from North Carolina Central



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  Drake Maye has a new weapon to work with, as an in-state product will be returning home to finish his college career with the UNC football program. The UNC football program's wide receiver room will look a lot different next season, as the Tar Heels will have to replace star wideouts Josh Downs and Antoine Green. On Wednesday, North Carolina received a big-time commitment from one of the best wide receivers available in the transfer portal.

Devontez "Tez" Walker announced that he will be joining the UNC football program. The Charlotte, North Carolina native returns to his home state to finish out his final two seasons of college eligibility. Walker originally signed with NC Central to begin his college career but transferred to Kent State after NCCU's 2020 season was canceled. After his breakout 2022 season, Walker became a highly sought-after player in the transfer portal. He became a top weapon for Kent State's offense, as he recorded 58 catches for 921 yards and 11 scores. His most notable performance came against the Georgia Bulldogs, where he recorded seven receptions for 106 yards and a touchdown against one of the nation's best defensive units. - Keeping It Heel


(DS#15 WR) rJr/2024 WR Devontez WalkerNorth Carolina
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  2022 ALL-MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: Wide Receiver - Devontez Walker, Kent State,...Walker earns his first all-conference accolade after stepping into a starting role this season. He posted one of the finest seasons in the MAC and set the program record with 11 touchdown catches. That mark tied for the MAC lead and was sixth in the FBS. His 921 yards led the conference and is third-most in program history. He also finished amongst the leaders in receptions (58) and yards per catch (15.9). - Kent State Football

(DS#15 WR) rJr/2024 WR Devontez WalkerNorth Carolina
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  Devontez Walker scored three touchdowns, first-time starter Devin Kargman threw two TD passes, and Kent State defeated Akron 33-27 on Saturday, giving the Golden Flashes the Wagon Wheel for the fourth consecutive time. Kargman completed 14 of 25 passes for 215 yards with both of his touchdowns going to Walker, who also scored on a 14-yard reverse. Kargman, a freshman who had attempted eight passes this season, started in place of Collin Schlee, who did not suit up for the game because of an undisclosed injury.

The Golden Flashes' Andrew Glass kicked a 42-yard field goal for a 33-24 lead early in the fourth quarter. Kent State held the nine-point advantage until 39 seconds remained when Akron settled for a Cory Smigel 42-yard field goal. The Zips had reached the 5-yard line on the drive, but DJ Irons was sacked by JoJo Evans and Khali Saunders on third-and-goal. Marquez Cooper led Kent State (3-5, 2-2 Mid-American Conference) with 137 yards rushing on 28 carries. Walker had five receptions for 72 yards, including touchdowns of 35 yards and 10 yards. Bryan Bradford had a 58-yard touchdown run. Irons completed 32 of 43 passes for 383 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. He threw an 80-yard TD pass to Alex Adams, who caught nine passes for 199 yards for the Zips (1-7, 0-4). - Kent State/AP College Football


(DS#15 WR) rJr/2024 WR Devontez WalkerNorth Carolina
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