Which is why all five's junior days will be penciled in on the running back's calendar this spring.
"It's crazy to think how much recruitment's really started to pick up for me."
He noted, "Vanderbilt really stood out. I like their coaching staff. They made it real personal. Came and shook our hands, made time to talk to us, made us feel like we were part of the Vanderbilt football team."
This is important to Yancey.
Feeling as part of a family is an item that certainly sits atop his visit checklist- among great academics, early playing time, top-notch facilities, and a strong Business-Sports Marketing program.
As for the Army Combine, Yancey was excited to be a part of it. "My dad was in the Army, so I've watched this bowl game every year," he said. "To come out here and compete with the best of the best is great. It's been an incredible experience."