Representatives for Kansas State redshirt freshman Bill Walker were scrambling to secure a commitment from a team drafting late in the first round after Walker injured his right knee during a workout in California this weekend.
Multiple sources close to Walker, and at least one who attended the workout in the Bay Area, said Sunday night that Walker would undergo another MRI on his knee Monday. Walker was one of 24 players at the Golden State Warriors' facility to work out in front of representatives from 21 NBA teams. The players in attendance were projected as being between the 20th and 45th picks.
[...] Walker has worked out for Detroit (29th pick) and Toronto (17th). He turned down an invitation to the Orlando pre-draft camp last month.
Walker missed most of 2006-07 when he tore his left ACL. Monday is the deadline for underclassman to decide if they're staying in the draft or not, so the timing of this injury couldn't be more inconvenient for Walker.
UPDATE: Walker is staying in the draft -- the MRI revealed no tear in the ACL or MCL.