Cunningham: Two visits down, three to go

Cunningham: Two visits down, three to go

Jordan Cunningham has a lengthy, impressive list of offers. He's been focused on six of those as of late, and he's already visited two of them. The University School (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) standout most recently visited Stanford and had a great time on the West Coast. He talks about that visit and what's next right here.

Jordan Cunningham's top six remain Oklahoma State, Stanford, Florida State, Miami, Ohio State, and Alabama. He took an official visit to Oklahoma State earlier in the season and most recently visited Stanford.

"They have a great campus, the coaches have a great relationship with all of them. Obviously academically they're a great school, and football-wise as well," he said.

"They had a great season, they still have to finish in the Rose Bowl versus Wisconsin so it should be good."

The 6-foot-1, 180-pound receiver got to spend some time talking to Stanford Offensive Coordinator Pep Hamilton and receivers coach Aaron Moorehead.

"(We talked) about me coming in and competing for a starting job as a freshman, that they're going to be throwing the ball, and that they'd love to have me," he said.

Cunningham spent some time with the players as well and was very impressed with their focus on academics.

"Noor Davis, Wayne Lyons, they're great guys. Most of the plays on the team, they're very intellectual. They challenge themselves with challenging majors. That caught my attention," he said.

The University School standout finished his senior season with a state championship victory and next on his calendar is the Under Armour All-American game. He's still not sure when and where his final three visits will be, but Florida State, Alabama, Ohio State, and Miami are all in the picture.

"I'll definitely compare (those visits) to the visits I've already taken and just see the campuses I haven't seen yet and just meet with the coaches," he said.

Cunningham said he may make a decision before Signing Day, but it will definitely be after all his visits are taken.

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