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Robbie Walker announces transfer to James Madison

The slot receiver had 145 receiving yards as a Bobcat; three starts as a freshman, none as a sophomore.

Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Two months ago, Robbie Walker announced that he'd be transferring from the Ohio Bobcats program and has now found a new home at Harrisburg, Virginia. The slot receiver published a photo of him on Instagram, saying that he'll be playing the rest of his football career at James Madison.

Walker is a native of Washington D.C., which is about a 2-hour commute from home. Out of high school, he was a 3-star prospect that signed with the Bobcats in 2014. In his 21 games over the course of his 2-year career, he caught 14 balls for 145 total yards without a score. In his sophomore season, Walker had a 4-catch game against rival Miami RedHawks for 28 yards, and had a career long 24-yard grab at Buffalo. The 5-foot-9 receiver also three multi-catch games during his career. He made a few spot starts as a freshman, but didn't have any starts the following year.