Mike White has today's edition of High School Notebook.
"Nolan Cressler had to go through the basketball recruiting process for the second time. But this time, big-time programs chased him.
Cressler, a former star guard at Plum who decided to leave Cornell and transfer after this past season, said Monday night he had accepted a scholarship to Vanderbilt.
Cressler, a 6-foot-4 guard, played two years at Cornell and was the team's leading scorer this season at 16.8 points a game. Since he decided to transfer, Cressler had scholarship offers from Vanderbilt, Dayton, Notre Dame and Rutgers. Pitt and Michigan were among other schools that showed interest, but neither offered a scholarship.
Cressler made a recruiting visit to Vanderbilt this past weekend. He will finish this semester at Cornell and have to sit out next season under NCAA transfer rules. He will have two seasons of eligibility remaining."