Cunningham rates Tennessee visit highly

Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson defensive end Jermaine Cunningham took his second of four consecutive official visits this weekend to Tennessee. What did the 6-foot-4, 196-pounder think of his visit to Knoxville?
"The visit was pretty good," he said. "I liked the coaching staff and the atmosphere. I got there on Saturday and went to the game, went out afterwards with the team. On Sunday, I toured the campus and talked to the coaches. I liked the whole coaching staff. They treat you like family down here."
What did the Rivals250 star think of the Volunteers tight victory over Memphis?
"It was a pretty good game and they played a decent team and came out with the win," he said. "They have one of the biggest stadiums in the nation with about 100,000 fans. It was pretty crazy there. I like what I see in the position because they look like they'll be losing some ends so there's a good chance for playing time. They also let their defensive ends get to the quarterback and I like that a lot."
Cunningham rated his trip an impressive 9.5.
"They showed me a good time down there and I had fun," he said. "I'd say they are in my top three now with Florida and Virginia Tech."
This week the No. 4 weakside end in the country heads to SEC rival Auburn.
"I'm hoping they'll show me a good time when I'm down there too," he said. "I just want to have fun and meet back up with their staff."