Nowadays big corners are all the rage in the SEC, so it's no wonder that 6-foot-1 three-star defensive back Cameron Ordway already has offers from two programs in the nation's best conference.
Vanderbilt was the first program to offer Ordway back in the fall, and now Mississippi State has joined the list.
"I've been talking to Mississippi State a lot," The Pulaski (Tenn.) Giles County product said. "I talk to coach Deshea Townsend and he's a good guy. We have a good relationship."
With the former Vanderbilt coaches now at Penn State, Ordway said he's been hearing from the Nittany Lions as well.
"I've talked to Coach Pryor a couple of times since they left," Ordway said. "I spoke with Coach Franklin on Signing Day and they're just excited about their class and what they're doing."
As far as the new staff at Vanderbilt, Ordway said he's linked up with new head man Derek Mason already.
"I talked to Coach Mason the other day and he seems like a good guy," Ordway said. "He said he wants to meet me in person so I'm going to make sure I make it down there for a visit or for camp soon."
While interest is picking up, there's still one school Ordway is waiting to hear from.
"My favorite and my dream school is Ohio State," he said. "They came to my school not too long ago and that kind of surprised me. It's probably the one I want the most, but even if they offered I still plan on waiting the process out."
Ordway said this summer he plans on camping at several schools, with Ohio State and Tennessee at the top of his list.
Woody Wommack is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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