One of the better PF's still available in the state of Texas has a last name that many of the residents of Richardson, TX near Dallas are quite familiar with.  2021 J.J. Pearce High School Prospect Walker Timme is the younger brother of Gonzaga and former Pierce star Drew Timme.  He has cemented himself as one the best available players in region and just beginning to scratch the surface in terms of long-term potential.  He is ready to make an impact at the next level build his legacy as the next big name to come out of his household.  

Equipped with a 6'7+ length frame and still growing, he is the perfect mix and power and skillset for today’s game.  He has extremely high IQ on the offensive end and impacts the game is several ways.  He is very crafty around the basket and uses his size and strength to overpower smaller players.  He finishes at the rim with ease with either hand or has no problem if there is contact down low.  One of his best offensive attributes is his ability to run the floor and get easy baskets in transition situations.  He also creates matchup problems by his ability to pull bigger players away from the rim and put the ball on the ground.  He has above average ball handling skills and has no problem starting the break off a rebound.  He also passes well from the top of the key and is particularly good in pick and roll situations.  An area where he has put a lot of work in is in his jump shot.  He has expanded his range beyond 15 feet and has gotten more comfortable stepping further away from the basket and consistently knocking down shots.  

Defensively he is a true leader on the court.  He is not afraid to be the vocal leader and does not mind defending multiple positions on the floor.  He is an excellent rebounder and shot blocker and understands not to commit fouls and stick to his defensive principles.  He has great techniques boxing out and securing rebounds as well as keeping the ball high away from smaller guards that try and poke for steals.  He takes pride in diving for loose balls and putting his all on the line to help his team secure a win.  His play thus far has sparked some interest from schools in the region and others who are looking for a glue guy to be a diamond in the rough for the class of 2021.  

His last and final summer of AAU was cut short due to COVID-19, but he was impressive for the talented Court of Dreams program.  Many schools have been in contact as of late and we fully expect for him to be off the board sooner than later with continued determination and hard work on the court and in the classroom.