Wake Forest Basketball Recruiting: Jordan Cornish Commits to UNLV

Ethan Miller

Jordan Cornish has made his college decision.

Jordan Cornish announced on Tuesday afternoon that he has committed to UNLV. He chose UNLV over Wake Forest and Nebraska. The 6'6" 210 pound consensus 3-star was originally committed to Tennessee, but chose to decommit following former Tennessee head coach left to take the same position at California. The shooting guard averaged more than 20 points per game for Brother Martin High School this past season. He has an unorthodox shot, but it's still effective and is also a good slasher.

He visited Wake Forest on the weekend of May 2nd, Nebraska on the weekend of May 9 and UNLV this past weekend, before ultimately announcing his decision this afternoon. He will join a 2014 recruiting class that also consists of Rashad Vaughn, Dwayne Morgan, Goodluck Okonoboh, and Patrick McCaw.

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