Former Georgia linebacker D’Andre Walker is set to meet with the Falcons during the team’s locals day Friday.
Walker, who recently was cleared by his doctors after sports-hernia surgery, is not ready for a workout, but will talk with team officials.
Walker is schedule to do some drills for teams April 12.
Walker, who’s 6-foot-3 and 245 pounds, played at Langston Hughes High and is from Fairburn.
Walker started 13 games and finished with 45 tackles, along with 11 tackles for loss, 7.5 quarterback sacks and 14 quarterback pressures last season.
He was the co-winner of the “Defensive Up Front” award, given at UGA’s postseason awards banquet.
He was named to the Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Class AAAAAA first -team defense as a senior in high school.
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