South Oak Cliff Standout Talks Recruiting

He was invited to the Scout.com combine at Valley Ranch, and he was named to the All-Combine team. He has excelled in the classroon and on the football field, and has been a Baylor Bears commitment for a long time. Scout.com caught up with South Oak Cliff standout Kydarian Wilkins to get the latest.

He was invited to the Scout.com combine at Valley Ranch, and he was named to the All-Combine team. He has excelled in the classroon and on the football field, and has been a Baylor Bears commitment for a long time. Scout.com caught up with South Oak Cliff standout Kydarian Wilkins to get the latest.

South Oak Cliff cornerback Kydarian Wilkins finished the season with 7 interceptions, 10 pass break ups, and over 40 solo tackles. Holding offers from Texas State, Baylor, and Kansas State, the standout cornerback had committed to the Baylor Bears ealry in the recruiting season. With a change in coaches at Baylor, Scout.com caught up with Wilkens to get a feel for where he stands.

"I am still committed to Baylor," the 5-8 165 cornreback said.

"I am not worried about the coaching changes at Baylor. I have an official visit scheduled for the 25th of January."

Wilkins expressed that the previous Baylor coaches told Wilkins that his scholarship would be honored by the new staff, but Wilkins felt like his playing style would speak for itself.

"If he [Coach Art Briles] likes my playing style, I would love to go to Baylor. A lot of coaches don't like it because of my height, but I am making plays on the field and that is all that matters."

Wilkins provided that although his good friend Jacquies Smith, a South Oak Cliff defensive end, has decommitted, Baylor still seems like the best place for him to continue his education and his football career.

Keep it tuned to Scout.com for all the latest in recruiting.

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