A pair of four-star targets will check out Vanderbilt next weekend, with running back Jordan Wilkins and linebacker Zach Cunningham planning trips to Nashville.
Vanderbilt will host a pair of its biggest four-star targets in running back Jordan Wilkins and outside linebacker Zach Cunningham.
Wilkins had 14 offers, but has narrowed down his choices to three: Arkansas, Ole Miss, and Vandy. The 6'1, 210-pound Wilkins is a big body for a running back, and could make an interesting tandem with fellow four-star back Johnathan Ford, who committed to Vanderbilt last week. He visited Arkansas last week, but Vanderbilt is the only in-state school the Codrova, Tennessee native is looking at. Apropos of absolutely nothing, he'd mark a trend in skill position players named "Jordan" picking the 'Dores, following in the footsteps of this year's battery of Jordan Rodgers and Jordan Matthews.
Cunningham is a 6'4, 195-pound prospect from Pinson, Alabama, and is looking around the SEC: he's taken visits to Auburn and has Tennessee on the docket, but has also visited Oregon.
With 22 recruits in the book -- with four four-stars, according to Rivals -- James Franklin is building on one of the best seasons in program history with one of the best classes the school has ever had.