Five-star cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart is set to wrap up his recruitment period with visits to two final schools before National Signing Day on Feb. 7.
As it currently stands, Taylor-Stuart will be taking a visit with Alabama Jan. 26-28 and Tennessee on Feb. 2. As he tweeted on Wednesday, Taylor-Stuart’s message should have Volunteers fans excited for his visit:
Taylor-Stuart, the nation’s No. 2 cornerback by 247Sports, was initially set to visit with Georgia on Jan. 26-28, but a change of plans now has him visiting Alabama instead. Some have wondered if he’d cancel his visit with Tennessee to meet with Georgia, but it appears as though that won’t be the case as of now.
The Volunteers figure to be highly motivated to sign Taylor-Stuart as the program has not secured a commitment from a class of 2018 cornerback and they may not have a single returning starting cornerback, either. Of course, things could still change, but it looks like Tennessee will be in the running for Taylor-Stuart come signing day.
In addition to Alabama and Tennessee, Taylor-Stuart has also received offers from Texas A&M, USC and Florida among others.