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What's new on the MBB recruiting front?


Hi Commodore fans, I'm wondering if anybody has some inside scoop on what Kevin Stallings has going on insofar as recruiting efforts. We all know that the team could very well lose three of the top sixty players in college basketball (Ezeli, Taylor and Jenkins) as well as key role players Goulbourne, Tinsley and Tchiengang. I'm very concerned because Vandy is losing a number of top echelon players and none of the prospects signed thusfar are in anybody's top 100 that I have seen.

What we know so far is that Stallings has German wingman Kevin Bright, AJ Astroth and Nigerian center Arnold Okechukwu in the fold. Of the three Okechukwu intrigues me the most; he could be another Festus Ezeli in the making and sports a 7'1" wingspan as well as good defensive credentials. I've also see where Vanderbilt is talking to #2 Kentucky prospect Darryl Hicks; that notwithstanding there are still some top 150 guys still on the board, notably 6-10 center Phillip Nolan and 6-8 power forward Amile Jefferson.

Next year looks like a pretty big concern for me; anybody have some inside scoop about other prospects the Commodores are looking at?

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