What’s The Next Move For Coach Stackhouse?

As Coach Stackhouse and the rest of the staff wrap up their recruiting for the 2020 class with three new additions: Myles Stute (Washington, DC), Akeem Odusipe (Knoxville, TN), and Tyrin Lawrence (Madison, GA).  

One of the few uncommitted players out of the 2020 class is Dylan Cardwell. Cardwell, a 6-10 center from Powder Springs, GA has been on Stackhouse’s radar for quite some time. He started his high school at the prestigious Oak Hill Academy in Virginia but, transferred to McEachern High School in his hometown to play alongside 5-star Sharife Cooper. Cardwell spent his last year of high school ball ineligible due to transfer rules.

He is rated as a 3-star on 247, the 21st best center in the class, and 159 nationally regardless of position. Georgia seemed to be the front runner for quite sometime but, recently, the Dawgs took to the transfer portal to use their last scholarship on George Mason transfer Justin Kier.

With Georgia out of the conversation for Cardwell, he is down to Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Connecticut, and Maryland. He recently posted via Instagram that his college decision is “coming soon”. Cardwell would be a huge addition for Coach Stackhouse and would be considered the icing on the cake for this already talented recruiting class.

“I’m very interested in Vanderbilt and I’m heavily considering them. I don’t know much about the program, but I like their academics.” Cardwell said, “I know it’s a very highly-touted school academically and they got some good recruits coming in.” (VandySports.com)

Meanwhile, Commodore Nation waits intensely for Cardwell to make his college decision.


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