Much has been said about the recent level of talent in the Dallas area.  One of the names that is starting to be talked about increasingly more in the area is 6-7 2022 SF Jordan Walsh of Faith Family Academy in DeSoto, Texas.  He currently has all the tools and the drive to be one of the most sought-after players in Texas because of relentless effort and determination and he has one goal every time he steps out on the court and that is to simply win.

The open floor is where he separates himself from a lot of prospects in his class.  He has a motor that at times is unmatched by opponents and he can score in multiple ways on the floor.  When he puts the ball on the floor, he has a unique ability to always make the right play and he does not over dribble or make a lot of bad decisions offensively.  A versatile talent that can score with either hand at the basket, Walsh is one of the best finishers in the state of Texas.  He likes to contact and is not afraid to post up on the block and the talented wing has recently improved his range and can step out and knock down the mid-range shot when teams take the post away from him. 

Defensively he loves to play physical and get up into opposing players.  He moves his very well and can guard multiple positions.  He has an extremely high IQ defensively and plays with a great amount of energy each play.  He never gives up on a play and is the ultimate X factor on any team that he plays on.  While his skill set is solid, his leadership and personality make him the perfect teammate and something schools from around the region are starting to take notice at.  When it is all said and done, his impact on the court in all areas of the game is what make him such an intriguing prospect and someone who will continue to flourish even beyond high school.  

Recently he has gained some steam from several schools and became a real target for the class of 2022.  He holds offers from Arkansas, California, Oklahoma St, Rio Grande, TCU, and Texas while recently adding the same from Texas A&M and Texas Tech.  He is just scratching the service in terms of potential and this list will only continue to grow over the next 12 months.