Striker Kofi Lockhart Adams has resigned for Ryman League Division One South club Walton Casuals.
Lockhart-Adams, 20, began his career in the youth teams at Reading and Leyton Orient, before joining Barnet’s youth team.
Following a series of injuries to first-team regulars, the then Bees manager Ian Hendon called Lockhart Adams into the first-team squad in November 2009.
Making his debut, aged 17 years and 46 days on 24th November 2009 in a 5-1 away defeat to Cheltenham, he became Barnet’s youngest ever Football League player, breaking the record of 17 years and 71 days set by Kieran Adams against Mansfield Town on 31 December 1994.
He lost the record to 16-year-old Mauro Vilhete in May 2010.
He was recently released by Barnet.
Whilst with Casuals on loan last season, Lockhart Adams made eleven appearances, scoring four goals.