Jamil Walker takes over the Arkansas strength and conditioning program for head coach Sam Pittman.
Walker joins the Razorbacks from Georgia, where he was the associate strength and conditioning coach for the Bulldogs since 2017.
Prior to Georgia, he was an assistant football strength and conditioning coach at Wisconsin. The former Badger remained at his alma mater as an intern in the strength and conditioning program in 2008 and became an assistant coach during the spring of 2009.
At the time of his graduation, Walker was part of the winningest senior class in Wisconsin history, going 40-11 over his four-year playing career. Walker and the Badgers won the 2006 Capital One Bowl and followed that with a 12-1 record during the 2006 season and another win in the 2007 Capital One Bowl.
Walker graduated from UW with a bachelor’s degree in 2008 and is certified through the CSCCA and USAW.
He is originally from Rolling Meadows, Illinois and has a son Julian.