2021 Shooting Guards D’Marco Dunn (Westover High, Fayetteville, North Carolina) and Gabe Dorsey (The Hill School, Pottstown, Pennsylvania) are trending towards Vanderbilt, per the 247Sports Crystal Ball.
Standout Guard D’Marco Dunn stands at 6’3, and averaged 20 points, 7 rebounds, and almost 3 steals last year for Westover High School. He received an offer from Coach Stackhouse in early February, via his Twitter. Dunn also holds offers from Arizona, Clemson, and in-state powerhouse North Carolina. He’s ranked as a four-star per the 247Sports composite, and is listed as the 14th best Shooting Guard in the country.
About a week ago, Gabe Dorsey trimmed his list of potential destinations down to 8. This list includes schools such as Miami, Harvard, and Virginia Tech, amongst others. He is also considering joining his older brother at Penn State, under Coach Pat Chambers. Dorsey stands at 6’6, and averaged 15 points last season. Dorsey is a gifted scorer, and a noted sharpshooter, as he knocked down 78 threes during his junior campaign. He is ranked as a three-star (soon to be four) and is the 30th ranked Shooting Guard in the country.
Both Dorsey and Dunn’s crystal ball predictions show Vanderbilt, and they would certainly be a big help for Coach Stackhouse’s Commodores. Vanderbilt only has one commit in the 2021 class (Peyton Daniels, 4-star PG), and will look to bolster this class in the coming months.